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PRESTO 




758-291 j 



15 MECHANIC ST., MATTAPOISETT, MASS. 02739 



RURAL ROUTJ 
BOX HOLDE R 

Vol. XXV No. 2 6 
June 28, 1978 



Bulk Rate 

U S POSTAGE 

PAID 

Mottopoiten, Matt. 

02739 

Permit No. 2 




FRASEFT stainless 

Mr 

FRASER'S ANNUAL 

Molloivaxe 



SaL 



ALBION B. STONt 

Jeweler — Silversmith 
160 Union Street 
NEW BEDFORD. MASS. 992-2922 




Vacation... 

WE WELL BE CLOSING JULY 3 rd 
REOPENING JULY 17th 

? FLOWER SHOP 




Temporarily 
62 SPRING ST. , NEW BEDFORD 
Tony and Millie Roderick 



993-0157"?°- 



6650 



COVER - Bridging the river for the 12" force 
main sewer line to Fairhaven. The Mattapoi- 
sett River is once again bridged at the old rail- 
road crossing behind Shining Tides at Camp 
Massasoit as shown in these photos by- 
Win Jenney taken on June 22 as Bay Corp- 
oration workmen guided it into place. 

No Presto Next Week 

THERE WELL BE NO PRESTO NEXT WEEK ON 
JULY 5TH. THE NEXT PRESTO WILL APPEAR 
ON JULY 1 2 . 

The Presto office will be closed starting 
Wednesday, June 28th, and will reopen on 
Thursday, July 6th. 




HUTTLESTON PET SHOP 

ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN . 997-0511 

) A Canned RABBIT PELLETS 
r9rQ Dog Food 



997-0511 



PET FOOD HEADQUARTERS 



PET SUPPLIES 



CALL US FOR ALL YOUR 
INSURANCE NEEDS/ T 



"Honestly, it's the 
Best Policy" 



yo u R independent 
^Insurance § agent 

SIRVtiTOU FIRST 



"The Friendly Insurance Office" 

628 Pleasant St., New Bedford 997-3321 




TEACHERS MRS. SAMUEL BERTRAM, MISS ELIZABETH 
CUSHMAN AND MRS. CLARA MORGAN AT RECEPTION 
GIVEN FOR THEM ON SUNDAY. 

WIN JENNEY PHOTO 



TEACHERS HONORED AT RECEPTION 

Mrs. Clara Morgan, a teacher in Matta- 
poisett for 37 years; Miss Elizabeth Cush- 
man, also a teacher in Mattapoisett for 
37 years; and Mrs. Samuel Bertram who 
has taught in Mattapoisett for 16 years 
were honored Sunday afternoon at the Old 



FOR CONVENIENCE - <£ JOudUlf 

LAUNDRY ROOM 

LAWRENCE B. 

MAXFIELD 

REGISTERED - ^37 I 




MASTER PLUMBER 
993-4663 

55 MAIN ST. , FAIRHAVEN 



PRESTO PRESS June 28, 1978 



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NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 
Sunday through Thursday 11:30 A.M. to 10:30 P.M. 
Friday and Saturday 11:30 A.M. to 11:30 P.M. 
LOUNGE open 'til 2 A.M. Nightly 



Restaurant 

ROUTE 6, EAST FAIRHAVEN . 996-9810 





Boiled 95 
LOBSTER 



Baked Stuffed $(^95 
LOBSTER 



Twin Baked Stuffed 
LOBSTERS $9 # 95 

Twin Boiled $095 
LOBSTERS O- 



BAKED SCALLOPS 

$395 

RIB and SHRIMP$/ 95 
SPECIAL °- 




Seafood 



Beef 



BAKED STUFFED SHRIMP 
ALASKAN KING CRAB 
BAKED HADDOCK 
BAKED STUFFED HADDOCK 



PRIME RIB - 

CATTLEMAN'S CUT 
NEW YORK SIRLOIN STEAK 
BEEF KABOB 



Roast Beef or Steak Sandwich 

Open or closed with choice of (one) tossed salad, 
mashed or baked potato, side of spaghetti or 
vegetable. 

ITALIAN DINNERS 

includes choice of soup or salad with choice of dressing, 
rolls, side order of spaghetti 

CHICKEN CACCIATORE VEAL SCALLOPINE 

VEAL CACCIATORE BAKED ITALIAN CHICKEN 

VEAL PARMESAN INDIVIDUAL BAKED LASAGNA 

EN CASSEROLE 



Spaghetti Dishes 

SPAGHETTI with 

Meat Sauce or Butter 
Meat Balls 
Sausage or Linguica 
Mushrooms or Pepper 
Musi ir 00m G Pepper 
Red or White Clam Sauce 

Sandwiches 

Open Meatball 
Meatball with cubes 

of Cheese 
Open Italian Sausage 

American Ham with 
Cubes of Cheese 

and many, more 



Pizzas 

Plain 
Ham 
Linguica 

Homemade Sausage 

Onion 

Pepper 

Musliroom 

Salami 

Hamburg 

Pepperoni 

Special 

Anchovy 

Tuna 

Clam 

Friday Special 



June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 



Watch for 
Our 




EXPLOSIVE 

ANNIVERSARY 




XV/ 

SUPER SPECIALS 

TO HELP US f VS 



CELEBRATE 




Olde Oxford Farms 

Fresh Fruit and Produce 

ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN 997-4340 
Between Worley Bedding & Fairhaven Pharmacy 



Hammondtown School at a reception. All 
three of these teachers are retiring this 
year from the teaching profession. 
Mr Howard Tinkham acted as Master 



WIDE Screen 

TELEVISION 
DELICIOUS ! ALL KINDS 

PIZZA 

5 P.M. to 11 P.M. 
EAT HERE or 
TAKE OUT. 

DISCO 

SAT. NIGHTS 
Fridays only: 

FISH 'N CHIPS 
SCALLOP PLATE 
FRIED OYSTERS 
SHRIMP PLAT E 

WE SERVE COCKTAILS 

SHORT WAVE 
GRILLE, Inc. 

RTE. 105, MARION 

748-2986 

FAMILIES WELCOME 




ALMA'S 
YARN SHOP 

34 MIDDLE STREET 
FAIRHAVEN 996-0731 

HANDBAG KITS 
BERMUDAS BY CATHY 
SEVERAL OTHER STYLES 

HANDLES INCLUDED 

9:30-7. Sat. 'til 5. Closed Wed 



LANDSCAPING LOAM 

CESSPOOLS 
PUMPED 

CESSPOOL BACKHOE 
WORK 
J . F. Denhom, Jr. 

9 HAWTHORNE ST 
MATTAPOI 5ETT 




. INSTALLATION 
. SERVICE 
. JOBBER 
. DEALER 



A well-maintained 
system saves fuel! 



Daily 7:30 AM to 6 PM Sat. 7:30 to 2 Closed Sundays 

WALTER'S ARCO<> STATION 

ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN" 992-0305 



of Cermonies . A framed picture of Historic 
Sites in Mattapoisett as sketched by Pa- 
tricia Leary O'Connell was given each 
lady. Selectman John DeCosta brought 
the best wishes of the Town and the 
Selectmen. 

Mr. Roland Weeks and Mr. Joseph Ko- 
bak, past principals of Center School, 
were present to wish them the best. 

Refreshments were served by the P.T.C., 
sponsors of the event, the School Com- 
mittee and children of Old Hammondtown 
and Center Schools . 

Selectmen's Meeting 

TEMPORARY WHARF REPLACEMENT 

Edward Alves, Wharf Commissioner, re- 
ported to Selectmen that he will be leaving 
for National Guard service for a period of 
two weeks and has arranged for Karl Collyer 
to fill in for him until he returns on July 8th. 
BOAT MUST BE REMOVED 

Building Inspector Jonathan DePina report- 
ed to Selectmen that Mrs. Linhares is not 
happy with the requests made about the 
boat on Route 6. Chairman William Hub- 

Super Waterfront 

Mattapoisett Deck House. Ideal bachelor pad 
or retirement home with galley kitchen, large 
living room and large master bedroom. One- 
of-a-kind retreat with a contemporary flair. 
Private road and beach, exclusive at $68,900, 

Harbor Realty 



748-1175 or 



748-1830 



PRESTO PRESS June 28 , 1978 




Harbor Beach's Famous 
Wednesday Ocean View 



J^unckeon JZuffet 



WE ARE NOW SERVING 

Roast Flaming 
Duck 

with 

BIGARADE SAUCE 

$ 7 




.95 



ENJOY EIGHT CHAFING DISHES 
Steaming with SEAFOOD, POULTRY and MEAT dishes, 
prepared with imagination and the finest ingredients. 
BROILED SCROD . . CHILLED SALAD . . FRESH 
VEGETABLES . . DESSERT TABLE . . includes Beverage 
(Reservations are a great help) 

Wednesday Luncheon for the CALORIE COUNTER 
Broiled Hamburger, Fresh Fruit, Lettuce & 
Tomato, Cottage Cheese $2.75 



$475 



3d, a 



amer s 



Entertainment 

Every WEDNESDAY NIGHT 
"The French Connection" 
featuring 
GIN A DESPRES 
DAVID LANGEVIN 
SATURDAYS 

DINNER DANCING 




Every Night S AY) 

SPECIAL 
Sizzling Sirloin 

, ONION RINGS, 
$5-* 



with BAKED POTATO 
STUFFED TOMATO 
and TOSSED SALAD. 



3£arbor ^Beack Olub 



CLOSED MONDAYS & TUESDAYS 



SUNDAYS 
DINING ROOM OPENS AT 4:00 • 
ALL DINNERS FULL COURSE 
DINNER SERVED FROM 5 to 10. 758-3738 



bard stated that Mrs. Linhares must com- 
ply just as everyone else and that the 
boat must be removed from the highway. 
A deadline of July 1 was set for such re- 
moval. 

Mr. DePina reported that the demolished 
property across from the ORRJHS will be 
cleaned up this week. 
TOWN GOVERNMENT APPOINTMENTS 

Ruth Heath and James Green were appoint- 
ed to serve on the Town Government Study 
Committee . 
GAS LINE INSPECTION 

Chairman William Hubbard has asked Execu- 
tive Secretary Stephen Lombard to contact 
the Massachusetts Department of Public 
Utilities to ask that an inspection of gas 
lines be made while streets are torn up due 
to the sewer project. 
PARKING AT ROMEO'S 

Robert Wood, proprietor of Romeo's Pack- 
age Store, conferred with Selectmen con- 
cerning parking next to his building on the 
exit street from the wharf. Selectman R. 
William Blasdale made a suggestion that 
the designated spacQ be moved one car 
length down from the corner of Water Street 



jh&le _Bef$ 




iiS»e3, Juniors, 
T^enak.Grirls suits 



by S2wndcA3tl<£ 

Above - gentle 
Sha.p irig- sh t rred 
v\ra»ist, separate, 
p^^nts-, a. print 
inspired by the. 
ocean's depths. 

Water St.. M&tt*potsett V 



June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 



Fine Diamonds 

. . . NOW AND FOREVER . . 




The Bride's Choice 

The brilliant flicker of a Solitaire 
for the most precious moment of 
her life . . . and plain or diamond 
wedding bands to match, yellow 
or white gold. 

SMITH & NEIL 

FORMERLY HOULE'S 

208 MAIN STREET, WAREHAM VILLAGE 
Tel. 295-0073 

WE REPAIR WATCHES 



to allow more room for trailers to make the 
turn. He suggested that this be tried out 
for a time. Mr. Wood said he would ap- 
preciate this . 
MOSQUITO SPRAY 

The Town of Mattapoisett is due to be 
sprayed with insecticide by helicopter and 
by truck with fog on or after the first week 
of July weather permitting. 
TOWN FUNDS INVESTED 

Treasurer Allen Sherman has invested 
$400,000.00 of town funds for 30 days at 
6.85% for the month of June. He will in- 
vest $400,000.00 for 30 days at 7 5%. 

MATTAPOISETT FIRE DEPARTMENT 

June 21 - 7:00 P.M., Rescue, lighting de- 
tail; June 21 - 11:34 P.M., E.M.T., assist 
ambulance; June 22 - 12:40 A U M„, all com- 
panies, garage fire; June 22 - 7:00 P.M., 
Rescue, Drill; June 22 - 8:00 P.M., Rescue, 



FOR YOUR PET'S COMFORT 
AND HEALTH 



STRIKE 




FLEA COLLARS for Dogs and Cats 
. . . FLEA & TICK COLLARS, 
TICK COLLARS for Dogs; Flea Powder; {f 
YARD & KENNEL SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

SIPPICAN SUPPLY 



JruuVahs. 



ROUTE 6 and SPRING STREET, MARION. 
Arnold Briggs 748-0094 




PAN AMERICAN: 

Standby - Boston to Amsterdam 
$99.00 one way - $149.00 Round Trip 

Valid through July 14th 

AL<vu/Mt> Tuuwfr SeAAMCe/ 

748-2760. Plymouth Savings Bank Building 
340 FRONT STREET, MARION. 
Open Mon. -Fri. £ Saturday morning 
AIR . RAIL . STEAMSHIP 

OUR SERVICE IS FREE, OUR KNOWLEDGE IS PRICELESS 

All Your Travel Requirements 
Virginia C. Cain .. Nina Campbell .. Sonja Leonard 



lighting detail; June 24 - 3:00 P.M., Rescue, 
auto accident; June 24 - 3:10 P.M., E.M.T., 
assist ambulance; June 24 - 10:24 P.M., 
all companies, house fire; June 25 - 8:47 
P.M., Rescue, Engine 4, auto accident; 
June 25 - 11:56 P.M., Car 101, smoke in- 
vestigation . 

St. Philip's Services 

The Reverend Dr. Grant A. Morrill will open 
the 94th summer season of continuous wor- 
ship at St. Philip's Church (Episcopal), Mat- 
tapoisett on Sunday, July 2nd, and will also 
preach July 9th. 

Dr. Morrill will celebrate Holy Communion 
at both the 8 A.M. service and following 
the 10 o'clock service of morning prayer 
and sermon. 

Formerly of Connecticut, Dr. Morrill (re- 
tired) now lives at South Dennis on Cape 
Cod. He has preached before at St. Phil- 
ip's. Mrs. Dorothy Cook continues at the 
organ. Visitors are welcome. The church 
is on the waterfront by the bathing beach. 



PRESTO PRESS June 28 , 1978 



(ioo& HOME JSBlfti 

0> REFINISHING 



Vinyl Siding 
Replacement Windows 
Storm Windows & Doors 
Railings and Columns 



Painting 
Papering 
Roofing 

Gutter Systems 



Styrofoam & Batt Insulation 
FREE ESTIMATES AND CONSULTATION 
Searl L. Root 758" 4410 
8 County Rd. (Rt. 6) Mattapoisett 



***** 




F 

Keith Traudt, Owner 

GOOD DEALS ON 




MADE BY GENERAL 9 

4-PLY POLYESTER TIRES 

ALLWHITEWALLS 



SIZE 


SALE PRICE 


F.E.T. 


B78x13 


27.00 


1.72 


C78xl4 


29.00 


1.85 


E78xl4 


30.00 


2.13 


F78xl4 


31.00 


2.26 


G78xl4 


33.00 


2.42 


H78xl4 


35.00 


2.60 


G78xl5 


35.00 


2.45 


H78x15 


36.00 


2.65 


J78xl5 


37.00 


2.86 


L78x15 


38.00 


2.93 



SUPiR grow 8 




BFGoodrich 
Steel Belted Rndinls 



SPUE 

'35 00 



BR78xl3 



Plus 

$1.99 F.E.T. 

• Two Steel Belts For Mileage and Traction 

• Radial Polyester Cord Body 
For Durability and Handling. 



STEEL BELTED RADIALS 


SIZE 


REG PRICE 


SALE PRICE 


F E T 


ER78x14 


63.90 


48.00 


2.40 


FR78x14 


66.80 


50.00 


2.58 


GR78xl4 


69.70 


52.00 


2.76 


HR78xl4 


73.40 


55.00 


2.96 


GR78xl5 


73.30 


55.00 


2.83 


HR78xl5 


75.20 


56.60 


103 


LR78xl5 


83.00 


62.00 


3.34 j 



BFGoodrich 

belted 
whitewalls 




for WHTTEWALL SEE A78X13 
plus F.E.T. of 1.71 



Regular 


Sale 


- 


Size 


Price 


Price 


F.E.T. 


C78x14 


49.00 


36.00 


1.97 


€78x14 


52.90 


39.00 


2.19 


F78xl4 


55.30 


41.00 


2.34 


G78xl4 


56.90 


42.00 


2.47 


H78x14 


61.90 


46.00 


2.70 


G78xl5 


59.80 


44.00 


2.55 


H78xl5 


62.60 


47.00 


2.77 


178x15 


67.70 


50.00 


3.05 





TIRE SERVICE 



2979 ACUSHNET AVE. 
(at Phillips Road) 
NEW BEDFORD 



OF NEW BEDFORD 

998-3333 



STORE HOURS 

8 to 5 Mon.thruFri. 
8 to 12 Saturdays 



June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 7 



Mattapoisett Yacht Club 

SAILING TRAINING 

We have openings in our program 
for beginners and advanced 
junior sailors. Adult 
lessons also. 
Mattapoisett Yacht 
Club membership 
required . 

For information - 



758-6929 or 
758-9240 





JIMMIES 



11 A.M. to 10 P.M. 

7 Days a Week 



63 NEW BEDFORD RD. , ROCHESTER 
FEATURING 

|v Soft Serve Ice 



CONES ... 30<t, 40<J:, 50<t 
DIPS AND JIMMIES 
SMALL AND LARGE SUNDAES 
BANANA BOATS 






SEPTIC SYSTEMS INSTALLED 
GRAVEL CRUSHED STONE 
FILL AND LOAM 
EXCAVATING 

FRANK J. 

Linhares Co., Inc. 758-4456 




HOMEPORT - MATTAPOISETT - MANY A FISHERMAN 
HAS SAILED FROM MATTAPOISETT BUT IT HAS BEEN 
A LONG TIME SINCE A STERNBOARD OF THIS SIZE 
CRAFT HAS CARRIED MATTAPOISETT AS HOMEPORT 
DESIGNATION. 

GEORGE EDWARDS (AT TOP LEFT) IS SHOWING THE 
WHEELHOUSE OF THIS 80 FOOT SCALLOPER DINAH JANE 
TO DAVID TODD AT HER LAUNCHING PARTY ON SUN- 
DAY IN MATTAPOISETT HARBOR. CAPTAIN EDWARDS 
BROUGHT THE BOAT UP FROM MIAMI IN A 5 -DAY TRIP 
AND HIS SUNDAY PARTY ON BOARD WAS ATTENDED 
BY A NUMBER OF FRIENDS WHO ADMIRED THE HAND- 
SOME BOAT EQUIPPED WITH THE MOST MODERN NAVI - 
GATIONAL AND COMMUNICATION GEAR. THE DINAH 



Charles R. Davis Co. 

Painting & Papering 



CONTRACTOR 

748-1118 



8 PRESTO PRESS June 28 , 1978 




Welcome . . . 

to some friendly warmth, a little cheer, 
and an unforgettable experience in dining 
. . . from your hosts, the Bobola Family 

<HUTTLESTON HOUSE, 



111 Huttleston Avenue 



RESTAURANT 



Route 6, Fairhaven 



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Serving fine food and spirits. . . 
from a varied and distinctive menu. 

OPEN DAYS A WEEK 

Open 6 day. a w.k Closed Sunday pcccDWATinwc OOO 1701 

Dinner5p.m.tolOD.m. r eservations *W«J-1791 

HUTTLESTON HOUSE 
Fine Restaurant— Fine Caterers 



Lunch 1 1 a.m. to 3 p.m. 



Mon thru Fri 



June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 




— FAIRHAVEN 



147 Washington St. Mon. thru Sat. 9-6, 
Sun. 7:45-6, Closed Tues. Open Holidays 

BARBEQUED CHICKEN . ROAST STUFFED 
CHICKEN . FLAVOR CRISP FRIED CHICKEN 
Home Made Potato Salad . Cole Slaw . 



HOME BAKED FRUIT PIES 

- 997-9336 - 



PLANNING A PARTY, 
LET ROSELAWN CATER IT 



DARTMOUTH 



40-600 PEOPLE 



from 



lTj.69 



• BBQ CHICKEN or U). GRAVY 

• Mashed potatoes • peas • stuffing 

• CRANBERRY SAUCE • ROLLS and BUTTER 



Opp. Bishop Stang H.S. , Rt. 6 & Slocum Rd. 
Open 7 Days a Week, 11 until 9 

KOSHER DELI 

UNIQUE IN THIS LOCALITY ! THE BEST OF 
KOSHER DELICACIES FROM NEW YORK BY AIR 

. . . Enjoy DELI SANDWICHES, 1/2 SOUR 
PICKLES, NOVA LOX ... a fantastic choice 

996-9474 

WARM WEATHER IS HERE - WHY COOK? 

RQSELfiWN FARM 



JANE IS A 3 YEAR OLD, ALL STEEL BOAT WHICH ENGAGED 
BRIEFLY IN LONG LINING FOR SWORDFISH. CAPTAIN 
EDWARDS BROUGHT HER TO MATTAPOISETT FOR SOME 
FINISH WORK BY BROWNELL BOATYARD AND SHE WAS 
DUE TO MAKE HER FIRST TRIP ON WEDNESDAY WITH 
A CREW OF 12 

Band Concert Monday 

The Mattapoisett Town Band and Conduc- 
tor John Pandolfi will present the first con- 
cert of the summer season on Monday, July 
3rd. The concert at Shipyard Park will be- 
gin at 8 P.M. and the following selections 
will be played. Throughout the summer, 
concerts will be regularly presented on 
Tuesday evenings following this first week's 
concert. 

The Program: 

Billboard March. . . Klohr 

American Heritage Overture Whitcomb 

Gonna Fly Now air. Lowden 

Feelings .arr. Lowden 

Jesus Christ Superstar ...arr. O'Brien 

Basin Street Blues Williams 




A HOME AWAY PROM HOME FOR YOUR PET 



IDEAL FACILITIES FOR YOUR DOG WHILE YOU TRAVEL 
OR VACATION . . . INDIVIDUAL KENNELS AND YARDS. 
CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE. 
TOENAILS CUPPED. 

Snipatuit Kennels 

3i'2 MILES OFF RT 6. MATTAPOISETT on NORTH ST 

PLLASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 763" 5337 



King Cotton March Sousa 

Annie Overture .arr. O'Brien 

The Entertainer. Joplin-Reed 

Montego Bay Samba Nestico 

Oliver Highlights arr. Burden 

Star Spangled Banner 

Swim Classes 

Registrations for the annual swimming class- 
es at the Mattapoisett Public Beach will be 
taken at the beach house from July 2 through 
July 9. Classes will begin July 10 under 
the direction of Miss Deborah Mello and 
Andrew Wingate. The program will have 
five weeks of instruction, five days a week, 
Monday through Friday and one week of 
testing . 

There will be a class for swimmers, aged 
10, at 10:00 A.M.; intermediates, aged 8, 
at 10:30 A.M.; advanced beginners, aged 
7, at 11:00 A.M.; and beginners, 6 and old- 
er , at 1 1:30 A.M . . Mo more than three 
missed classes will be allowed. 

Junior and Senior lifesaving classes will 
start July 17. Juniors must be 12 and older, 
seniors must be 1 6 and older. Classes 
will be from 1 to 3 P.M. on Mondays and 
Wednesdays . 




DONALD O. LAKE 

Carpentry 

69 Marion Rd . , Mattapoisett 

INSURED . KITCHEN CABINETS 
FORMICA . CERAMIC TILE 



REMODELING & REPAIRING 
PAINTING . ROOFING . SHINGLING 



10 PRESTO PRESS June 28 , 1978 



Museum Open 



The Mattapoisett Historical Society Museum 
on 5 Church Street will be open for the sum- 
mer on July 5th from 2 to 4 P.M. and con- 
tinue Tuesday through Saturday throuthout 
the summer. 

A special exhibit of antique pitchers will 
be on display for the month of July. Ex- 
amples of Liverpool transfer, lusters, 
majolica, pressed glass, ironstone, Wedge- 
wood, and many other examples of early 
ware will be on exhibit for your viewing 
pleasure . 



These, along with some fine new acqui- 
sitions and the excellent collection of an- 
tique artifacts on permanent exhibit, will 
offer visitors a fine example of Mattapoisett' s 
past history. 

See you at the Museum! 

Marion Horse Show 

32nd ANNUAL HORSE SHOW 

Fun and entertainment for the entire family 
have top priorities at the 32nd Annual Horse 
Show to be held Tuesday, July 4th, start- 
ing at 9 A.M. at Washburn Memorial Park 
on Route 105 in Marion. 



We've Got It - 

The Perfect Running Shoe 

LDV 



Featuring 
THE WAFFLE SOLE 
which gives you 
the traction of spikes 
with the cushion 
of a flat and flared 
outer sole. 

THE ULTIMATE IN TRACTION, 
CUSHIONING AND STABILITY. 






And an outstanding 
selection of 

T- Shirts 

Running Shorts 

Nike Bags 

and we now sell 

"Runner's World" 

Magazine 
and selected 
Sports books 



Sunday mornings 9 -12, 
Weekdays 9 - 6, Saturdays 9 - 5. 



MARION SPORTS SHOP ~- £ 



290 Front Street, Marion. 



748-1318 



June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 11 



Riverside Electronics 

REPAIRS $grV|C6 INSTALLATIONS 
(F .C .C . Licensed- All Work Guaranteed) 



CB Radios 



Alarms 



*S*> DISCOUNT 

with this coupon on any 

CarorHome Stereo Repairs 

Limit 1 per customer; thru June 30, 1978 

FREE ESTIMATES 
Brian L. Root 3 Shaw Street 

758-6553 Mattapoisett, Ma. 

txxwoooooooooooocxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. 

The three cornered event includes the 
VFW Fourth of July Parade starting at 9 
A. M at the Town House on Spring Street. 
At the same time the Marion Horse Show 
will be getting underway at Washburn Me- 
morial Park and will continue until late af- 
ternoon. There will be over 50 events in 
two rings. The ever popular Midway with 
its Carnival atmosphere will feature pony 
rides, games of skill and chance plus the 
attractive punch board stand. The Old Ro- 
chester Regional Class will be running the 
food booths with the appetizing hot dogs, 
hamburgers, corn on the cob, coffee, ice 
cream, cold drinks and other goodies. 

Winding up a full day of activities will 
be the Marion Band Concert starting at 8 
P.M. at the Island Wharf Bandstand. The 
band, under the direction of John Pandolfi, 
will offer an interesting program of march- 
ing music, slow selections and popular 
songs . 

The whole family is cordially invited to 



Old Fashioned Quality 

AT COUNTRY PRICES 

NEW INSTALLATIONS . REPAIR WORK 
Master Plumber's License #9010 
Master Pipefitter's License #5768 

CHRIS L. MEYER & SONS 

Plumbing & Heating 




MEND ELL ROAD 
ROCHESTER 



763-2731 



PIANOS 

HARPSICHORDS 




CLAVICHORDS 
PIPE ORGANS 



•Tuned 

•Maintained 

•Designed 

•Built 



Enttalh & J. tttanrr 

Krgimard Ardrttrrt 
Marion, Mass. 
(617)748-0975 



attend all these events. 

"Olde Tyme Fair" 

An "Olde Tyme Summer Fair" will be held 
Saturday, July 15th, from 10 A M. to 3 P M 
on the grounds of the Mattapoisett Congre- 
gational Church. If it rains the Fair will 
be held in the Parish Hallo 

Tables and events will be as follows: 
Plants - This table is run by Alvin and Leah 
Pinkham who are well-known for their beauti- 
ful African violets. Numerous other varie- 
ties of plants will be donated by members 
of the Guild. 

Food and Candy - Ruth Jenney and Ruth 
Morgan will head up this table featuring 
such items as cakes, pies, squares, candy, 
preserves, baked beans, salads, etc. All 
items of food should be brought to the church 
on July 14th in the late afternoon or early 
evening or first thing July 15th before the 
Fair starts . 

White Elephants - Olive Stickney and 
Virginia Arral are collecting many interest- 
ing items . 

Gifts - Jane Welch and many of the church 




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women have been busy for months making 
such articles as needlepoint bell pulls, 
shell craft, tote bags, children's toys, 
ming trees (to order), just to name a few. 
If anyone has an article they would like 
to donate to this table, leave it at Jane's 
house, or bring it to the church on July 14th. 

Coffee Hours - This will be held under the 
Carriage Shed from 10 to 11:30. Carol 
Connor and Ellen Schneider are in charge 
of this event and will serve coffee, dough- 
nuts and lemonade for the children. 

Children's Activities will be run by Cheryl 
Marcosa and Mary Bjerry and will include 
rides and grabs . 

Luncheon - Esther Norlander, Ida Clark 
and Mary Helfand are in charge of this. 
The menu will feature three kinds of salad 
rolls: lobster, chicken and egg . Also there 
will be peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, 
squares, and various beverages. This will 
be served in the Parish Hall at 11:30. 

MATTAPOISETT HOUSING AUTHORITY 

June W. Mendell, chairperson of the Mat- 
tapoisett Housing Authority, announces that 
Ethel Sylvia, Executive Director, has taken a 
temporary leave of absence. Michael O'Brien 




June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 13 



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has been appointed Executive Director, Pro Tern 

July 4th Road Race 

8TH ANNUAL FIVE -MILE ROAD RACE 

The Mattapoisett Sports and Athletic Com- 
mittee will sponsor its 8th annual Five-Mile 
Road race on Tuesday, July 4th. This race 
is open to all boys, girls, 12 years of age 
and older; men and women who reside on a 
permanent or summer basis in the towns of 
Mattapoisett, Marion or Rochester . Four 
divisions have been established: A. Juniors, 
ages 12-15 (parent permission required); 
B. Seniors, ages 16-25; C Adults, ages 
2 6-up; and D Ladies, ages 12-up (girls 
12-15 require parent permission). 

Twenty trophies will be awarded in the 
following manner: 5 trophies to the 5 top 
finishers in each division. 

All contestants must report before 4:30 
P.M. in order to participate at the Matta- 
poisett Town Beach parking lot where they 
will be registered, turn in required forms, 





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assigned a number, and then will be driven 
by bus to the starting point of the race at 
Point Connett. The route will be driven in 
reverse fashion in order to show the partici- 
pants the turns. Official spotters will be 
placed at strategic points along the route 
to direct the runners . 

The Mattapoisett Police have kindly con- 
sented to assist the committee with this 
event and drivers are urged to be patient 
with the pace of the runners and any in- 
convenience created by their progress. 

Race Route: start at the end of Point Con- 
nett at Roberts' mailbox near Angelica 
Avenue; proceeds down Angelica Avenue, 
left at the Hoff mailbox, proceeds to the 
Angelica Avenue-Crescent Beach sign, turn 
right on Prospect Road, turn left on Pine 
Island Road, turn left on Old Marion Road, 
turn left on Tupola Road, left on Holly 
Lane to Briar Patch Lane, turn right on Ned's 
Point Road, turn left at Beacon Street, turn 
right on Oakland Street, turn left on Church 
Street, tarn right on North Street, turn left 
on Hammond Street, left on Pearl Street to 
Water and left on Water to finish line at 
the Town Bathing Parking Lot gate which is 
exactly the 5 mile point. 
SMALL CANNON NEEDED 

The race has traditionally been started by 
the firing of a small cannon. If anyone 




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could loan one for this purpose only / it 
would be greatly appreciated. Call Sheila 
Mitchell at 758-4340 or Bob Gardner at 
758-6061. 

Mattapoisett Library 

Have you joined the Star League yet? 

If you are in Center or Old Hammondtown 
Schools come in and sign up for our Star 
League summer reading program. Read five 
books and travel to Galaxy X-05. Read ten 
books and visit the Purple Planet. Read 15 
books and stop at the Space Shuttle. Read 
20 books and fight your way to the Enemy 
Planet. If you can read 25 books you will 
win your way to the planet Gorque! 

Looking for some summer reading? How 
about one of these: 

Holcroft Covenant by Robert Ludlum - Nazi 
scheme to found a fourth Reich, 
Human Factor by Graham Greene - his latest 
spy novel. 

Sloop of War and In Gallant Company by Al- 
exander Kent - adventure on the 18th century 
high seas. 

The Ginger Tree by Oswald Wynd - an Ameri- 
can woman's life and loves in the Japan of 
the early 1900's. 



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June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 15 



DUFF PLUMBING ANNOUNCES 

We have added another truck to oar fleet expressly for the 
Marion, Wareham & Rochester area residents. We have had 
such an increase in calls that we have decided to install a direct, 
toll-free "'Hot Line" for these customers. We have our 
plumber w Chet, who is a local resident and knows the area well. 
He will have a well-stocked supply of plumbing needs right at 
hand. 

Are you disappointed to find yourself waiting two days for a 
plumber, then have him arrive with a helper to carry the tool 
box, and receive a bill for two men? We pride ourselves on 
sending one man on service calls. 

We take good care of our old customers; It !s new customers 
we are looking for. 

Marion & Wareham: 748-2178 

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Mv Enemy the Queen - by Victoria Holt - 
Queen Elizabeth through her rival's eye. 

Now through August 3 0th the library is oper- 
ating on summer hours: Monday 2-8, Tues- 
day 2-8, Wednesday 10-8, Thursday 2-8, 



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Friday 2-8, Saturday 1-5. 

The Glorious Fourth 

Editorial D.C.J. 
There are those who are old enough to re- 
call and young enough to glory in a day of 
delight. Better than Christmas , Halloween, 
Circus Day and Your Birthday all put togeth- 
er. Pennies and nickels were hoarded in 
glass jars and checked with tingling antici- 
pation for this event. When it came, small 
wooden booths appeared in every neighbor- 
hood overflowing with a display of colorful 
wares. The aroma wafted from this booth was 
delicious - a Chinese delight. Strings of 
red crackers, punk, caps, cherry bombs, 
rockets, pin wheels, explosives of every 
description to be carefully chosen and car- 
ried away in one precious paper bag to last 
the entire day. The tangled webs of the 
massed crackers would be unstrung so they 
could be lit one by one to make them last. 
The noise, the sharp tang in the air was 
indescribable. The smoke wreathed the 
American flags hanging from the porches. 
When the last firecracker was reluctantly 
lit, the carbide cannon was brought into 
play and loaded and reloaded to boom through 
the late afternoon hours . Then the whole 




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16 PRESTO PRESS June 28, 1978 



The Starvishes 
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Just ask Flavian. Or Ray. Or even Kelly Ann or Raymond, Jr. 
The Starvishes have had checking and savings accounts at 
National Bank of Fairhaven since 1965. And they'll be among 
the first to tell you that when it comes to providing dependable 
service, the friendly professionals at National Bank of 
Fairhaven are without peers. To put it simply, the Starvishes 
like the way they're treated at National Bank of Fairhaven. 
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neighborhood would gather and pool the 
pinwheels and the sparklers would punctu- 
ate the darkness. Now and then a lonely 
bang would sound. Finally, kids would 
stagger to bed tired beyond belief, happy 
beyond measure and satisfied with the 
celebration of the greatest day of the year. 

This glorious Fourth was banned because 
it was dangerous. Those were the days 
of our innocence when parents watched 
their kids and people grappled with their 
own hazards. All I know is that it was 
the noisiest, the most wonder filled climax 
to a year's anticipation. It was the great- 
est, the most delicious day of days. It 
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been since . 

Whaling Museum 

New Bedford's famous old Whaling Museum 
will operate on full summer schedule begin- 
ning Monday, June 2 6th. 

The museum is open from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. 
Monday through Saturday, and from 1 to 5 
P.M. on Sunday. Some fascinating film foot- 
age of an actual whaling voyage will be 
shown at 10:00 A.M . and 1:00 P .M . on 
Monday through Saturday, and at 2:30 P.M. 
on Sunday. 

The fully rigged, half-scale whaleship, 
LAGODA, the largest model in the world, is 
always a favorite with families who may 
come aboard for a voyage back in time. 

The Scrimshaw, Colonial Kitchen, doll 
collection, rare prints and paintings, log 
books, models, glass and pewter are but 
a few of the many exhibits the visitor will 
enjoy . 

A new gallery, generously given by Mrs . 
Gratia Waters, has recently opened . Dedi- 



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cated to the "World of the Whaleman", this 
exhibit shows the places he roamed, the 
things he saw, and the 'souvenirs' he brought 
home. Uniquely displayed in this gallery 
are two large sections of the famous "three 
miles long" Panorama by Caleb Purrington 
and Benjamin Russell. 

Free walking tours of the Historic District 
are offered twice daily this summer. These 
tours originate at the Museum, and depart 
at 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. Trained vol- 
unteer guides conduct visitors on the tour 
which lasts approximately one hour. Spec- 
ial group tours at other hours may be ar- 
ranged by calling the Museum at least 2 
weeks in advance. 

Ample parking is available at either of 
2 parking garages, nearby „ 

Children's Museum 

FIELD WALK 

Come walk the trails of the Museum Out- 
doors this Saturday, July 1st, and become 
familiar with all the summer wildflowers „ 
The walk starts at 10:00 A.M. and is open 
to all ages . Free . 



NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY WINNERS 
The winners of the 1978 Children's Museum 





this 
week 



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Minute $ 00 
Steaks I lb. 



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June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 19 



NEW CHEESE SHIPMENT 

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Nature Photography Contest open to all area 
high school students were: Lisa MacDonald, 
first prize; Chris Brown, second prize; Katie 
Gardner, third prize. All are from Old Ro- 
chester Regional High School. 
SUMMER PROGRAMS 

Registration for the Children's Museum 
summer programs starts this week. Please 
call in to inquire about the many activities 
planned for July and August. Open to all 
ages . 

Music Scholarships 

"POPS ON BROADWAY" 
SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED 

"Pops on Broadway" was the setting for the 
Tri-County Music Association's announce- 
ment of its scholarship recipients for 1978 . 
The organization that sponsors the annual 
concert series by John R. Pandolfi and the 
Regional Symphonic Band awards a total of 
$1 ,500 to the following students who are 
majoring in music: 

Melanie Wolak of Marion, a sophomore at 
the University of Lowell; Laurie Hauptman of 
Mattapoisett, a senior at the University of 



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HAVE YOU TRIED ? 

CHAMBEAUX BLANC from France 
SAINT-ESTEPHE also from France 

Connecticut; Kathryn Cain of Marion, a sen- 
ior at St. Michael's College in Vermont. 

Also, Sarah Woodcock .of Marion, a junior 
at Temple University in Pennsylvania; An- 
thony Coelho of New Bedford, a junior at 
the University of Lowell; and Tobias Monte 
of Fall River, a senior at the University of 
Lowell and his brother, Michael, a sopho- 
more at the University of Lowell. 

Association President Charles W. Ganzel, 
Jr. and Conductor Pandolfi take this oppor- 
tunity to thank all of the people who attended 
the well received Pops concert for making 
these scholarships possible. And they also 
thank the many volunteers who helped make 
the evening the great success it was. 

Holiday Races 

MATTAPOISETT YACHT CLUB 

The annual 4th of July races will be held 
on Sunday, July 2nd. The races are open 
to all yachts; non-members will be charged 
a racing fee. The warning gun for the Cruis- 
ing Class is 10:00, Herreshoff 12 race at 
10:20, Ladies Beetle Race at 10:25. In 
the afternoon there will be races for any 
class that has 3 or more entries, warning 
gun 13:30. Entry forms may be picked up 
at the Yacht Club. All entries must be in 

FAIRHAVEN, VVeeden Rd. -Large 4 room Bungalow, fireplace, 
boatshop, garages, workshop. Close to water. Low 30's. 
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LISTINGS WANTED - FREE ESTIMATES OF VALUE 

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by Friday, June 30th, to Harvey Pentleton, 
6 Oakland Street. The list of starters and 
the order of start of each class with 3 or 
more entries will be posted on the MYC 
Bulletin Board on Saturday, July 1st. 

Square Dance Schedule 

The 29th year of square dances at the Mat- 
tapoisett Wharf will start this Saturday, July 
1st, with Jessie Brundage of Abington, Mass. 
doing the calling and sponsored by the 
American Legion Auxiliary. 

The schedule for the rest of the season 
is as follows: July 8th, Bill Bean of Wel- 
lesley, caller, American Legion sponsor; 
July 15, Tom Daley of Swansea caller and 
Machacam Club sponsor; July 22, Jack Na- 
deau of Norwood caller, Mattapoisett Wo- 
man's Club sponsor; July 29, Rufus Aldrich 
of Pawcatuck, Rhode Island, caller, Mat- 
tapoisett Grange sponsor; August 5, Jes- 
sie Brundage caller and FISH sponsor; 
August 12, Jim Malinowski of Abington 
caller and Mattapoisett Historical Society 
sponsor; August 19, Tom Daley of Swansea 
caller and the Couples Club of the Con- 
gregational Church sponsor; and August 



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June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 21 



Tab Curtains 




Colonial Charm or Contemporary Style — both compatible with 
Interior's Oznaburg Tab Curtains. Choose either plain or trimmed 
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COLORS OF RIBBON 
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26, Bud Whitten of Middletown, Rhode Is- 
land caller and the American Legion sponsor. 

Round dancing will be cued by Tom Daley. 

In the event of rain the dances will be held 
in the Parish Hall of the Congregational 
Church . 

FIRST SATURDAY DEVOTIONS 
Next Saturday, July 1st, there will be First 



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Saturday Devotions at St. Anthony's Church. 
Mass will be at 8:00 A.M. The organist 
will play and refreshments will be served in 
the Church Hall afterward. 

Now that summer is here, many of our Sum- 
mer people are back. We welcome them to 
join us. Why not come and bring friends. 

Historical Society 

ANNUAL MEETING 

The annual meeting of the Mattapoisett His- 
torical Society was held June 22nd at the 
museum. Mrs. Luen Johnson presided. 

The election of officers for the 1978-79 
year took place. Officers are: Mrs. Luen 
Johnson, president; Mrs. Bradford A. Hath- 
away, vice president; Mrs. James L. Single, 
secretary; Mr. Albert Furnans, treasurer; 
Mr. Winfield Jenney, director; Mr. Arthur 
Knox, director; and Mrs. Kenneth D. Wat- 
jen, director. 

Guest speaker Everett Allen spoke of the 
Rum Running traffic - the subject of his up- 
coming book "Outlaws in Oilskins", a sub- 
ject of great interest to Mattapoisett his- 
torians . 

Refreshments were served by Mrs. Milton 
A. Jenkins and her committee in the Car- 
riage House. 

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23 STATE ROAD, NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. TELEPHONE- 993-1751 MlBSEW,te 



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595 NORTH MAIN STREET • ACUSHNET, MASS reservations 995-0110 



Drive to end of North St., Mattapoisett toward Rochester, turn left on New Bedford Rd. and 
proceed to end. Turn left on Main St. , Acushnet - 200 feet ahead on your right. 



famous ROAST PRIME RIBS of BEEF aujus 
carved at your table 

U.S. GOVT. PRIME GRADE SERVED EXCLUSIVELY 



CRISP, MOIST ROAST DUCKLING FLAMBE 
CREPES 2 LB „ LOBSTERS STEAKS 

BROILED FRESH SWORDFISH. . $6.95 



SURF *N TURF . . . Salad Bar, Bread 
& Cheese Table, 3 Baked Stuffed Shrimp plus 
a skewer of Broiled Tenderloin Steak and 
Scallops, served over seasoned rice. $5.95 



Lunch 



is a beautiful Thing. . . 

ALL LUNCHEONS INCLUDE OUR SUPER SALAD BAR. 
ALL KING SEE COCKTAILS $1.25 



LUNCHEON BUFFET 



SERVED DAILY 11:30 to 3:30 P.M. - SUNDAYS to 5 P.M. (Except certain holidays) 
COLD SOUP TUREEN 

Salad Bar 

MARINATED MUSHROOMS, MACARONI SALAD, FRENCH DRESSING, TUNA SALAD, COTTAGE 
CHEESE, HALF SOUR PICKLES AND TOMATOES, PEPPER INCINI, CHERRY PEPPERS, RED ONIONS, 
CROUTONS, BACON BITS, MARINATED BEAN SPROUTS, PRESERVED RED CABBAGE, SWEET 
MIXED VEGETABLES, CRANBERRY ORANGE RELISH, CRISP LETTUCE, TOMATOES, BERMUDA 
ONIONS, GREEN PEPPERS, CARROT STICKS, HARD BOILED EGGS, FOUR BEAN SALAD, BLUE 
CHEESE DRESSING, CREAMY ITALIAN DRESSING, SPINACH SALAD, SWEET AND PUNGENT 
DRESSING, SLICED BEETS, HOUSE DRESSING, PRESERVED MELON RINDS, COLESLAW, POTATO 
SALAD, GIARDINEERA, CUCUMBERS, GARBANZA BEANS, DARK RED KIDNEY BEANS, 
PICKLED ONIONS, FETA CHEESE. 

Bread and Cheese Table 

RAISIN RYE, LIGHT RYE, APPLE RAISIN, PUMPERNICKEL, MILD WISCONSIN, CHEDDAR CHEESE, 
ASSORTED AND SESAME BREAD STICKS. 




ROAST BEEF AU JUS 
SHRIMP JAMBALAYA 
GREEK PASTITZO 



Buttered Whipped Potatoes 



BAKED HAM HAWAIIAN 

Served on a Skewer 

FRESH SWORDFISH 

In a mild Curry Sauce 



CHICKEN LIVERS 

Wrapped in Bacon 

FLOUNDER ROLL-UPS 

In Veloura Sauce 



String Beans & Fresh Mushrooms in Wine Butter Sauce 



JELLO or PUDDING with Whipped Cream HOME MADE PASTRIES 

CHIFFON PIE STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE 

BEVERAGE 

LUNCHEON BUFFET $4.95 (SUNDAYS $6.95). FOR VARIETY'S SAKE, ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 
Join us for a unique combination of excellent food, cockL<dls, and a VERY GOOD TIME. Sing Along Nightly 



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• i aU| is the time to 
^ THINK 

ROTOTILLERS 

From 3 H.P. 
to 5 H.P. 

NOW is the time to pick 
up your tiller for next 
year's garden! 




Rotary Lawn Mowers 



is - $89 



77 



up 



BIG © 



20 - $164- 

Master Charge 
Visa 



94 



33 COUNTY RD. 
RT. 6, MATTAPOISETT 
758-6633 or 758-4258 
Mon. -Fri. 8 to 5:30 
Sat. 8 to 5 



Mattapoisett, graduated from East Coast 
Aero Technical School at Hanscom Field, 
Lexington, Mass. In conjunction with the 
2 year accredited aeronautical training pro- 
gram, he has earned his Federal Airframe 
and Powerplant Technician's license. Gary 
, is an Eagle Scout formerly of Boy Scout Troop 
53, Mattapoisett, and a 1976 graduate of 
Old Rochester Regional High School . 

He has accepted a position as a periodic 
examiner mechanic with Bell Helicopter 
International in Iran . Bell Helicopter is 



^xjjiiiiii; 



R. M. SHERMAN 

-iQ-£ on * ractor & Builder 

Rochester. 

CUSTOM HOMES 
REMODELING 
REPAIRING 

Mattapoisett lots available . 




PEIRCE & HAWORTH 
ELECTRIC, INC. 



ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES REPAIRED 

RESIDENTIAL . COMMERCIAL 

INDUSTRIAL WIRING 
COUNTY ROAD AT MAIN ST. .MATTAPOISETT 



758-3384 



EDWIN L.PERKINS CO.* 

PLUMBING & HEATING 

REG. #4813 & #8967 

758-2786 758-3568 

• SERVING THE GREATER MATTAPOISETT 
AREA SINCE 1935 

• 24 HOUR SERVICE 

• LICENSED MEN 
21 North Street, Mattapoisett 



in Iran at the invitation of the government 
to train Iranian personnel to fly and main- 
tain helicopters . 

Flea Market 

ANNUAL FLEA MARKET AND BAKE SALE 
SATURDAY, JULY 8th, FROM 9 AM UNTIL 2 PM 

St. Anthony's Church Women's Guild has 
been very busy the past two months collect- 
ing treasures from generous people all over 
town. Now we are ready to share these 
"finds" with you. Plan to come to our an- 
nual Flea Market on Saturday, July 8th, 
from 9 A.M. until 2 P.M. Bake Sale chair- 
man Norah DeCoffe invites you to stop by 
the baked goods table and select a delicacy 
or two for your family and company. You 
will be delighted with our large assort- 
ment of furniture, dishes, jewelry, pots 
and pans, etc. By popular demand we 
are once again featuring good, clean, usable 
clothing. Hope to see you Saturday, July 
8th. Co-chairmen Nancy Gauvin and 
Jacquie McGraw. 

New Nursing Services 

DISTRICT NURSES ADD NEW SERVICES 

The Mattapoisett District Nurses have add- 
ed the services of a physical therapist, 
an occupational therapist and a medical 
social worker to their staff. 
The Board of Health has contracted with the 




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LILY - THE WORLD OF HAND WEAVING 

cA Complete %i) eaving, Kit 

Loom and enough yarn to make a pillow, bag or wall hanging 

Vhe P'maioxe ■% 

RANBERRYHWY., WAREHAM. 295 -1986 ^HM 



2510 CRANBERRY 
TUES. -SAT. 10 AM -5:30 Rvt 



The Bookstall stocks : 

ADULT PUZZLES, BANKS, BUMPER STICKERS, 
CALENDARS, CHILDREN'S PUZZLES, DESK 
ORGANIZERS, DIARIES, DOODLE ART, EN- 
GAGEMENT CALENDARS, GAMES, GREETING 
CARDS, GIFT CERTIFICATES, GROW CHARTS, 
INVITATIONS, KEY CHAINS, LINE ART, MAPS, 
NOTEPAPER, PAINT SETS, PENCILS, PENS, 
PETER RABBIT CUPS, PLAYING CARDS, POST- 
CARDS, POSTERS, PYRAMID POWER, SALE 
TABLE, RAGGEDY ANN DOLLS, RECIPE CARDS, 
ROAD MAPS, SHIP MODELS, STENCIL ART, 
T.V. GUIDE COVERS, WRAPPING PAPER . . . 

-* BOOKS 



COME IN AND BROWSE 



ikstall 



wm 



FRONT STREET, MARION. 748-1041 



of Marion, has 14 wins and 5 losses. Navi- 
gator took two from Tom's Auto Parts: 4-0 
and 7-0. So far, Tom's hasn't won a game 
all season. 

Even with their flashy, new uniforms, 
Kitchen 21 of Mattapoisett couldn't win on 
Sunday. They dropped two to Dennis Ma- 
honey and Sons and remain in 6th place 
in the league . 

The Green Thumb of Mattapoisett and the 
North Fairhaven Sea Grill split their Sunday 



Easter Seal Society for these services for 
the District Nurses. 

Once a physician's order has been received 
a program can be initiated to fit the client's 
needs at home „ 

Skilled nursing and contracts for home 
health aides and speech therapy are al- 
ready being used. 

All these services offer the community a 
wide range of options to enable the ill in 
Mattapoisett to remain in their own home and 
receive individual attention. 

CAPE WAY SOFTBALL LEAGUE 

The top contenders for the Capeway Soft- 
ball League championship squared off for 
a doubleheader Sunday and split the two 
games. The team fielded by the Blue Lantern 
Cafe of Acushnet won the first game with 
Brad's, Inc. of Mattapoisett 4 to 1 and 
Brad's took the second game 10 to 8. Blue 
Lantern and Brad's remain tied (17 wins and 
3 losses) for first place in the 8-team league. 
Their nearest rival, the Navigator Lounge 




COLD CUTS . CHEESES . CASSEROLES . PARTY 
TRAYS . HOMEMADE ROLLS & PASTRIES . ROAST 
BEEF . BAKED HAM . NEAPOLITAN PEZA . SALADS 
HAAGEN-DAZS ICE CREAM. TORTELLINI 



THE 



QalL 



DELICATESSEN AND BAKERY 
Rte. 105, Marion. 748-2060. 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. 



is how you'll 
feel in this 
100% cotton 
long Sundress 
by 

MALIA 
(a) $60.00 




Country Cloth 



9:30 to 5:00 Monday through Saturday 



183 HUTTLESTON AVE., TaIRHAVEN. 993-1633 £i5 



June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 25 



MATTAPOISETT NECK 

Noyes Avenue. Seaside, 10 beautiful home sites with deeded beach 
rights. Approximately 1000 feet on Mattapoisett Harbor. New road, 
Perc tested. Outstanding buy at $125,000. 



Ma 



Since 1957 REALTOR 



t/oue <jj. <jj owning 

758-6454 



APPRAISALS 



Ocean Drive, Mattapoisett 



CHIMNEYS. FIREPLACES. AND 
WOODSTOVES A SPECIALTY 



C & S CHIMNEY CLEANERS 

15 CAMARDO DRIVE, WAREHAM. 02571 

R. SHORT 295-6315 



doubleheader putting Green Thumb in 4th 
place in the league and North Fairhaven in 
7th place-. 

The teams are taking July 4th weekend off 
but will be back July 9th for their final 
month of play before playoffs . 

EARNS GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS 

Mattapoisett' s James Henderson, 15,years 
old, of Grand View Avenue , earned a Gold 



IgcKLMflH 

PACKARD 

PA I (NT AfND 
LOCK SHOP 
Located at the Park- 
ing lot on Main St. , 
Wareham at the rear 
of Houle' s Jewelry 

295-0162 



There are more flowers 
during June than any other 
month, according to The 
World Book Encyclopedia. 
Traditionally, it is the month 
of roses. 



j Showroom Phont Residence | 

993-3575 992 6343 
JOHN J. HARNEY JR. 

| RUG CONSULTANT 

308 Purchase St., New Bedford 



DONALD H. CHASE 
INC. 
fairhavf n road 
Mattapoisett Mass 

CONTRACTOR 
BUILDER 



WASHBURN 

EL ECTRICAL CO., INC 

ELECTRICAL 
CONTRACTING 

3.E. Major Appliance 
5AIE5 &■ 5ERVICE 

Off Rte.6, Marion 

748-0238 



Medal in the frisbee throw and a Silver Medal 
in the 50 meter dash at the Special Olympics 
held June 16-17 at Taunton High School,, 
Henderson, who was sponsored by the Old 
Rochester Regional High School, was one 
of almost a thousand Special Olympians. 



Little League Baseba 



JETS WIN FIRST HALF CHAMPIONSHIP 

On Saturday, June 3, the last day of the 
first half, two teams were still battling for 
first place. The fighting between the Jets 
and the Blues which took place all through 
the first half had finally come to a close. 
In the first game Saturday the Jets were play- 
ing the Greens, and the second game pitted 
the Blues against the Browns. 

The Jets were off to a slow start as the 
Greens took a 2-1 lead. The Jets then took 
control and coasted the rest of the way. 
They unleashed a 15 hit attack and played 
fine defensive baseball to win the game 18-2. 

With the Jets winning the first game the 
Blues now had to win their game to take 
first place. From the opening pitch the 
Browns took control of the game behind the 
pitching performance of John Coucci. The 
Browns captured an 8-2 victory. 

The Jets had won the first half champion- 
ship with an 8-2 win loss record. The Blues 
ended up tied for second place with identical 
records as the Wanderers, having a 7-3 re- 



The Sands 



OPEN TO MEMBERS AND NEW MEMBERS 

by calling 
758-2282 or 758-2669 



26 PRESTO PRESS June 28, 1978 



BucfioN 

SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 1 AT 7 PM* 
Contents of house incl cellar, attic & out buildings. Mixture 
of fine £ primitive. Removed to our gallery - intersection 
of Weaver, Mill & Main Sts & Gault Rd, Tremont Village, 
West Wareham, Mass. Easy to reach via 125 or 1195. Take 
Gault Rd or Weaver St. south from that section of Rte. 28 
between Rte 58 & Rte 195. 

*** Antique & factory Windsor chairs. Pine 4-drwr chest, 2 
lift -top commodes. Rope trundel bed. *** Vict walnut m- 
top table, lg cherry bookcase, single pedestal desk. Oak rock- 
ing chair, pr press back chairs, sectional bookcase (damage 
to leaded glass), fern stand, etc. Fine wicker arm chair, set- 
tee w/ matching rocker & arm chair, 2 sewing stands, other 
pes wicker. Single brass bed (painted, otherwise all orig. ). 
Hand made slant lid desk. *** Mahogany bookcase w/dbl 
glass doors, fine pineapple top bedroom set w/dbl bed, claw 
ft morris chair, carved music cabinet. *** Recent Baldwin 
Aerosonic spinet piano, Hammond spinet organ, Bassett 
French style walnut bedroom set (single bed), Whitney maple 
hutch. *** Misc other furniture. 

*** Early Wedgwood England green jasperware teapot w/ 
matching cr & sug. Superb cut glass dresser box; several pes 
(bowls, lemonade set, etc) deep cut attributed to Pairpoint; 
decanter, cruets, other cut glass. Hand painted dishes, vases, 
cheese dish, dresser bottles, h/p Nippon, etc. Many pes 
pressed glass incl miniature punch bowl complete w/ 6 cups 
& orig hooks, cracker jars, lion pattern glass compote. Blue 
Willow incl Ridgway butter dish. Bavarian chocolate set, 
Collector's cups & saucers. 

*** Numerous "primitives" incl brass surveyor's transit, mahog 

cord . 

The members of the Jets Ball Club are Scott 
Jepson, Mark Sanford, Steve Guard, Mike 
Harris, Steve Harris, Tom Guard, Gerry Vul- 
garis, Chris Carvalho, John Scannapieco, 
Mike Vulgaris, Chad Demailly, and Spencer 
Blasdale . 
WEEK'S RESULTS 

The results called in were: Wednesday, 
the 14th, the Wanderers shut out the Greens 
10-0. Sean McCabe was the winning pitcher 
and also had a home run. Other hitting stars 
were Jeff Ferreira, Dan Lee and Roger Piche. 

On Saturday, the 17th, the Wanderers de- 
feated the Reds 7-3. Danny Lee was the 
winning pitcher giving up 4 hits and strik- 
ing out 12. Getting timely base hits were 
Kevin Sweet, Chris Parker, Roger Piche 
and Tim Quinlan. 

On Monday, the Greens took a 10-9 vic- 
tory over the Blues. Hitting stars were Jeff 
Haymaker, Tim Medeiros, David Andrews 
and "Buba" MacDonald. Pat Renaghan was 
the winning pitcher. For the Blues Medeiros 
and Frank McKeon had 3 hits each. 

On Wednesday, the Wanderers won 7-4 
over the Jets. Greg Kelsey was the winning 



lap desk, Bully Good Skookum Indian doll, several knife boxes, 
kitchen utensils, mixing bowls, stoneware, pottery, trunks, 
storage chests, wheelbarrow, bayonets, etc. 
*** Misc furnishings incl slag glass panel shade table lamp, 
Vict silver plate, table linens, some rugs, numerous framed 
prints, mirrors, empty frames. 
* Above auction immediately preceded by BOOK AUCTION - 
6 PM to 7 PM* Many fine nature books, flora and fauna, es- 
pecially birds, incl Audubon: Birds of No. America (w/o illus) 
MacKey: American Bird Decoys; hunting & fishing books and many 
handbooks. Jack Chandler Harris: On the Plantation. Lg number 
local interest incl Cape Cod by Thoreau, Famous Lighthouses of 
NE by Edw Rowe Snow, Philosophy Four by Owen Wister, Kings 
Handbook of Boston Harbor 1882 plus many more, fact & fiction, 
re Cape Cod, Boston, Cambridge, etc. Many of above are 1st Ed. , 
several autographed. 1774 pocket map of London. Railway, steam- 
ship, exploration & art books. Sets incl 20 yrs of American Heritage 
(1958-77, complete in 120 Vols). Plus misc fiction, bio, reference 
& other non-fict. Books to be sold individually 8 in lg & small lots 
as interest & time permit. Viewing for other merchandise will 
continue during Book Auction. 

RAIN BARREL AUCTION - Sunday at noon. 
Residuals from the estate will be sold at our regular Sunday auction. 
Flea Mkt type sale 10-11:30 am only. 

Viewings Fri 6 to 9 PM, Sat. from 4 PM. Sale indoors or under tent 
depending. Snack Bar Sat. & Sun. 

We liquidate estates on a commission basis or buy outright. 



Evie Sullivan, Auction Mgr. 




Jack Rolan, 



Auctioneer 

295-7422 




" CAPE MARSH" 

Oil by Jan Young 
A SUMMER PLEASURE FOR YOU AT 
HERITAGE ARTS 
Original Paintings and a 

Complete Line of Art Supplies 



HERITAGE ARTS 

34 BARSTOVM ST., MAITAPOl&ETT 
10-6 MOM-SAT., SIDE. E NT RANCJ. 
ZSOO 




June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 27 



Antiques 

and Interiors 




ELEGANT MAHOGANY 
FURNITURE 

AND 
ACCESSORIES 



OPEN 12-5 P.M. 



Credit Cards 
Honored 



115 GREEN STREET, FAIR HAVEN 
617-992-1389 



pitcher and the nitting star with 2 timely 
base hits to bring in 5 runs. Fine defen- 
sive play was shown by Sean McCabe, 

Chris Parker, Dan Lee and Tim Quinlan. 

On Friday the Reds captured a 5-2 win 
over the Greens. Mike Borden went 2 for 
3 and hit a double in the 7th which drove 
in the 2 winning runs. Mike Pinard pitched 
5 of the 7 innings and David Nicolosi 
came in in relief to hold the Greens' score. 
Nicolosi went 1 for 1, Mike Brunette went 
2 for 3, Sean Reed stole 2 bases and Mike 
Pinard pitched 9 strike-outs . David An- 
drews of the Greens pitched a fine 7 in- 
nings with 13 strike-outs. He also went 
2 for 2, 1 of which was a double. 

RECEIVED MASTER OF EDUCATION DEGREE 
Eugene Joseph Potkay of Mattapoisett re- 



l/$cationet$ Welcome 

Just for the Fun of it 
Stop to Shop at 



The Blacksmith Shop v:^ 



-,«^r* 1 to 5 Daily; Closed Wednesdays. 

Route 6, Mattapoisett 




t^^JJ COIN-OPERATED 





Dry Cleaning 
& Laundry 



7:30 to 9 7 DAYS A WEEK 
Cash Z Carry Store 8-8 weekdays 
8 to 4 Saturdays 

28 MatltH WASHERS 

DO YOUR WASHING IN ANY WEATHER 

4 CORNERS COIN LAUNDERETTE 

HATHAWAYS LAUNDRY INC 
RTE. 6, FRONT STREET, MARION. 748-0898 

ceived his master of education degree during 
the commencement ceremonies on June 4 
from Fitchburg State College . 

Mattapoisett Grange 

The Mattapoisett Grange will hold a meeting 
Thursday, June 29th , at 8 P .M . at the Grange 
Hall. Members please make a special effort 
to be present o 

This is vital because of election of officers 
for another year. 

Dennis Sylvia, Master 



MATTAPOISETT 



Council on Aging 

This issue of Presto Press has our monthly 
ad which lists the trips planned for the month 
July 4 to August 4. We ask that all Seniors 
clip it out and post for reference. Any fur- 
ther information required may be obtained by 
a visit or telephone call to the Selectmen's 
Office at the Town Hall on Monday or Thurs- 
day between 10:00 A.M . and 12:00 Noon. 

We are making our last request that Sen- 
iors who have not returned their question- 
naires do so as soon as possible. We want 
to review them and gain information that 
will help us in our Council work . 




We are now featuring a 
beautiful new line of 
invitations and announcements 



758-6962 F0RMALS 

NORTH AMERICAN BUSINESS FORMS, INC. 
34 BARSTOW STREET, MATTAPOISETT, MASS. 




28 PRESTO PRESS June 28, 1978 



FREE 

Manicure with every 

REDKEN PERM $ 35. 



SUMMER CUTS AND STYLING FOR MEN AND WOMEN . . . HAIR CARE 
CENTER, introducing a NEW METHOD OF PAINLESS HAIR REMOVAL . . 
FACIALS . . . CUSTOM CRAFT NAILS for Protecting and Mending 



Carol Mallinson's 



Garden of Beauty 



42 Main Street 
Mattapoisett 



CERTIFIED REDKEN CENTER 
THE TREATMENT COLLECTION FOR HAIR, SKIN AND PSYCHE 



758-2676 



Walk-a-thon Awards 

The elementary students at Rochester Me- 
morial School again this year participated 
in a most successful Walk-a-Thon to benefit 
their school. The 170 children who walked 
were honored at an awards assembly at the 
school. All who participated received patches , 
and special recognition and prizes were 
given to students who walked the most miles / 
who raised the most money, and who had 
the greatest number of sponsors. 

The top fund-raiser for the event was 
Chris Peters who received a cassette tape 
recorder as his prize. He raised $114.20 
in behalf of his school. The awards were 
presented by Mrs. Sue Silva, a parent, 
who served as chairman of the Walk-a-Thon. 

The annual Walk-a-Thon is sponsored by 
the Parent and Teacher Organization of the 
school. This year the event realized over 
$2500 for the school. In the past, such 
things as a piano, a sound system for the 



George D. Heath, Jr. 

PLUMBING & HEATING 



30 YEARS 
EXPERIENCE 



Licensed Registration #6517 
27 North Street, Mattapoisett 

758-2455 



LICENSED 
MEN 




come 

Sum met 

TO A DELIGHTFUL 
SUMMER 
OF 1978! 

NEED 

PRESCRIPTION 

SERVICE • 

TRY EITHER OF OUR CONVENIENT PHARMACIES 
FOR FRIENDLY YET PROMPT AND PROFESSIONAL 
SERVICE FOR YOUR PHARMACEUTICAL NEEDS 

COMPARE OUR PRICES... 

and keep in mind that our pharmacists are dedicated 
to your welfare , continually striving to bring you 
the best in prescription service . 

Seaport Pharmacy 

RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT 758-6904 

$ aixhaven axmacy, 

RTE. 6, EAST FAIR HAVEN. 997-9408 




June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 29 



Marion 



Ideal family home with 3 to 5 bedrooms is a 
dream come true. Cozy evenings are yours in 
the large living room with a full brick wall 
accenting lovely fireplace; delectable menus 
will be a joy to prepare and serve in the 
handsome kitchen and dining area. So much 
more includes beamed pine ceilings, Ander- 
sen windows, hardwood floors and 2-zone 
forced hot water heat by oil. Also custom 
woodwork throughout and beautifully papered, 
Minutes to a launching ramp. Don't let this 
opportunity slip through your fingers! ! ! 
Exclusive at $68,000. 

Harbor Realty 



748-1175 or 



748-1830 



auditorium, a camera and slide projector, 
and enrichment programs for the children 
have been funded by the Walk-a-Thon. 
This year playground equipment and a 
Junior Great Books program will be among 
the benefits of the walk. 

The Parent and Teacher Organization 
would like to thank the following support- 
ers: Bay State Glass Company, Jones 
Electric, Fiberglass Specialties, Russ Law- 
rence, Look's Acres Kennels, Lloyd's Mark- 
et, Cape Cod KOA, Chadwick Oil, Donald 
Bishop Homes, Me-Don Kennels, Roch- 
ester Lions' Club, Giusti's Bakery, and 
Frank Mello Trucking. 

Rochester Seniors 

Seniors with reservations for the trip to 
Cohasset on Wednesday, July 12, are to 



(tettiottfi 

ASK ABOUT OUR CREATIONS 100 CLUB 
"ADDITIONAL SAVINGS FOR YOU" 

OPEN EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 
and Previewing our Newest Fashions Every Sunday 

111 MAIN ST. ACUSHNET, MA. 998-3965 




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Professional 

ODORLESS 




FINISHED LAUNDRY AND 
DRY CLEANING 
DRY FOLD SERVICE 

8 to 8 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 
8 to 4 SATURDAY 

HATHAWAY'S LAUNDRY INC 



CASH & CARRY STORE 

RTE. 6, FRONT STREET, MARION. 748-0898 
(Same Building as 4 CORNERS COIN LAUNDERETTE) 



meet at the Rochester Town Hall at 9 A.M. 
The group will lunch at the Red Coach Grill 
in Hingham before attending the performances 
by Phyllis Diller, Harry James and the Mills 
Brothers at the South Shore Music Circus . 
ANNUAL PICNIC 

Plans will be made for the sixty-five mem- 
bers of the Senior Club who submitted their 
names at the June meeting to attend the an- 
nual Picnic on Monday, July 24, to be held 
at the home of Ms. Marion Hartley in Marion 

Members are to arrive at 11 A.M. and may 
bring chairs and trays if desired. 

Picnic Committee Ms. Louise Leger, Ms. 
Dorothy Alderson , Ms. Estelle Bergeron, 
Ms. Irene George and Ms. Isabel Preston. 

Antiques, Crafts 

On July 4 from 10A.M. to 4 P.M . the Ware- 
ham Historical Society is sponsoring its 2nd 
annual Antiques and Crafts Fair on and about 
the historic town green, with exhibitions 
and demonstrations to show how our forefath- 
ers lived and worked. The proceeds of this 
event will benefit the restoration fund. 

Antiques dealers and craftsmen will dis- 
play and sell their wares, and the Wareham 



Summer School 

JUNE 19 to AUGUST 18 
State Licensed Pre -School 
Marion, Mattapoisett, 

Rochester, Wareham 
Hours 9 - 12, 12 - 4:30 

Doors open at 8:30 
Margaret S. De Costa, 
B.S. Ed., Ed.M. , Dir. 
320 Front St. , Marion 
748-0795 748-0195 




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Matt apoisett Ladies- 

YOU'RE ONLY 10 MINUTES AWAY FROM 
FEELING GOOD 



INTRODUCTORY OFFER 

6 weeks for $25 

LIMITED OFFER 
UNLIMITED VISITS ! New members welcome 

NURSERY AVAILABLE 
Fun Exercise Plan * No Contracts to Sign 
Diets Compiled Exclusively by Our Dietician 
No Disrobing + Individual Programming 





America's fastest growing system of franchisee! 
figure salons exclusively for women 

378 MARION RD. , WAREHAM . 295-5810 

Monday through Friday 9 to 9. Saturday 9 to 3 



Minutemen and Militia will demonstrate early 
living . The Girl Scouts will hold a flea 
market bounding the Green for the benefit 
of the Fearing Tavern. The Fair will include 
a blacksmith, a snack bar, and much more. 
The Historical Society will occupy the meet- 
ing room of the Old Town Hall, selling their 
books, "The Fearings and the Fearing Tavern" 
by Raymond Rider, "Glimpses of Early Ware- 
ham", "Cranberries and Cannonballs"; their 
plates, cookbooks, and tiles; antiques and 
uniques; plants and home-baked food. 

A small donation for all activities includ- 
ing a tour of the historic 1690 Fearing Tavern 
is being asked. Children free. 

To climax the day a Ham and Bean Supper 
will be served at 5 P.M. in the Congregation- 
al Church Hall. Tickets for this supper may 
be purchased in advance by contacting Mrs. 
Richard Reed. 
FIFTH GRADERS HONOR 
MISS CUSHMAN'S RETIREMENT 
On Thursday, the fifth grade students of 



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Mrs. Tinkham, Mrs. Sundquist and Miss 
Elizabeth Cushman honored the latter' s 
forthcoming retirement by a surprise lunch- 
eon held at Old Hammondtown School „ 

Main attraction of the beautiful lunch- 
eon array provided by the students was 
an "owl" cake baked by Robert Haley's 
mother. Knowing Miss Cushman to be an 
owl collector, the classes presented her 
with a hooked rug with an owl motif . 

Richard Z el ski captured all key moments 



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SIZES 38 to 52 

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Pretty Pretty you will be . . 
Hurry down and you will see . . 

Dresses, Gowns, 
Skirts and more 

Look for our money-saving 
coupon in last Monday's 
S tandar d -Tim es 

We welcome Club Secretaries. 
GIFT CERTIFICATES 
Available . 

Mon. thru Thurs. 9:30 -5; Fri. 9:30 -8 
Sat. 9-5. Master Charge and Visa. 



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on Polaroid photos which were given to 
Miss Cushman so that she might look back 
fondly on the last but surely not the least 
of 37 years of teaching. 

At the day's end the fifth grade teachers 
presented Miss Cushman with an album 
of candid photos as a visual and somewhat 
comical memory of staff and students at 
Old Hammondtown School . 

Summer Music Program 

The Regional Education Arts Project and Old 
Rochester Regional High School are sponsor- 
ing a full-time summer music program for 
regional music students at all grade levels. 



FAMILY DAY CARE CENTER -- NURSERY SCHOOL 



Full -Day Child Care - Ages 3-4-5 
Nursery School - special attention 
Child Care before or after Kgtn. 
After School Child Care 
Registration - C. Gast 758-3318 
State licensing approval pending. 
Final approval of enrollment when 
license approved. 



Mini Farm 

4 BEDROOM CAPE WITH 3/4 ACRE - SCHOOL ACROSS 
STREET, 2 HORSE BARN AND CHICKEN COOP - GROW 
YOUR OWN VEGETABLES. FHW BY OIL. 

LOW PRICE OF $31,900. 

Bay State Realty . 295-4900 

140 MARION ROAD, WAR EH AM 



Richard P. Dugas, D.D S. 

wishes to announce the opening of 
an additional dental office at 

7 ST. MARGARET'S STREET 
BUZZARDS BAY, MASS. 

Dr. Dugas specializes in the treatment of children, adoles- 
cents, and the handicapped. He has practiced his specialty 
in Brockton for the past sixteen years. He is a graduate of 
Boston College, Georgetown University School of Dentistry 
and acquired his pedodontic training at the District of 
Columbia General Hospital. 

Hours by Appointment from 9 to 5. Phone 759-2721 



This program is free of charge to anyone 
wishing to take part in the music activities. 
Older residents of the region are also in- 
vited to take part either with workshops and/ 
or performances on any level of participation. 
Classes will be conducted Monday through 
Friday from 9:00 A M to 12 noon. Special 
classes and private instrumental instruc- 
tion may have to be held in the afternoon. 
Details for afternoon classes and instruc- 
tion can be made to accommodate the sche- 
dules of those who cannot make the morning 
classes . 

Courses offered this summer include: Con- 
cert and stage band, Junior and Senior levels; 
Private instruction in all instruments, Music 
Composition, Music Theory I and II, Music 
Improvisation, Career Counseling in the 
Field of Music . 

Another feature of the Regional Education 
Arts Project Summer Program will be that 
all students participating in these studies 
will receive modular credits which can be 
registered on their high school transcripts. 
This will enable college admissions to 
have a more indepth knowledge of the type 
of courses our students have completed 
during the summer months . 

Registration for the Regional Education 



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Interior and Exterior 

PROFESSIONAL WORK 
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LOCAL numbers 

■Your area emergency numbers 

■Helps you find the businesses 
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Summer Residents: 

Extra copies of your local Telephone Directory are available 
IN MARION at The Captain Hadley House 
and Marion Sports Shop 

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and Mattapoisett Pharmacy 



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COUNCIL ON AGING 

JULY TRIPS 1978 

JULY 

4 (TUES.) HAPPY HOLIDAY ! ! ! 

6 (THURS.)PEABODY MUSEUM & HOUSE OF THE 7 GABLES 

Both in Salem . $3.75 8:00 

7 (FRI.) GROCERIES & OXFORD FARMS 9:00 

11 (TUES.)EDAVILLE R.R. -BARBECUE CHICKEN LUNCHEON 

AND ADMISSION $4. 60 10:00 

13(THURS.)COLLEGE LIGHT OPERA CO.-HIGHFIELD THEATER, 

FALMOUTH, "KISS ME KATE" .....$4.00 1:00 

14 (FRI.) GROCERIES & OXFORD FARMS ...... 9:00 

18 (TUES.) DARTMOUTH MALL & NEW BEDFORD. .......... .9:30 

20(THURS.)CUTTYHUNK-DEADLINE JULY 15 FOR BOAT TRIP, 

RESTAURANT LUNCHEON OR PICNIC $5.00 9:15 

21 (FRI.) GROCERIES & OXFORD FARMS........... ..9:00 

25 (TUES. )NEWPORT-HAMMERSMITH FARM (Summer White 

House) & GARDENS & SHORE DRIVE. . . . . .$3 .00 8:30 

27(THURS . JGILLETTE CASTLE & STATE PARK-CONN. 

Bring picnic lunch $.50 8:00 

28 (FRI.) GROCERIES & OXFORD FARMS . . .9:00 

AUG. 

1. (TUES.)APTUCXET TRADING POST-BOURNE. 

Picnic on Canal $1.00 10:00 

3(THURS.)COLLEGE LIGHT OPERA CO.-HIGHFIELD THEATER, 

FALMOUTH, "OKLAHOMA!" $4.00 1:00 

4 (FRI.) GROCERIES & OXFORD FARMS 9:00 

REMEMBER: Those who have made and paid for reservations 
to Nantucket on Saturday, July 8, that the bus 
leaves promptly at 7:30 A.M. 

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School Music Office. Please call Mr. 
Frank Peterson, Project Supervisor , at 
758-3745, to register for these courses. 
For those of you who cannot register your 
children during the registration period, 
please call Mr. Peterson and arrange for 
an alternative date to register. 

Qualified musicians and music teach- 
ters are being hired to take part in this 
project . 

4- Day N. B. Celebration 

"REDISCOVERY OF NEW BEDFORD DAYS " 

This Fourth of Tuly weekend offers you con- 
tinuous free outdoor entertainment during 
the second annual "Rediscovery of New 
Bedford Days", slated for Leonards Wharf 
Tuly lst-4th. 

Headlining the entertainers is Don Mc- 
Lean of "American Pie" and "Starry Starry 
Night" fame. McLean is performing on be- 
half of "The Cousteau Society". The par- 
ticipation of the Cousteau Society is an 
added feature in this year's Redisco very- 
Festival. Under the leadership of Captain 
Tacques Cousteau the society has worked 
over 30 years to preserve the environment 
of the world's oceans. Realizing the long 
tie and tremendous debt New Bedford owes 



Sand- Crushed Stone 
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Joseph Souza & Son 

56 FAIRHAVEN RD. , MATTAPOISETT. 758-2947 





Camp Snipatuit 

ROCHESTER 

Half Days, Full Days or 
Resident Campers 

COED PROGRAM 

AGES 4-11 

July 2 through August 19 
Activities 

RIDING - SWIMMING - BOATING - ARCHERY - TENNIS - 
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DRAMATICS - TRIPS 
FOR ENROLLMENT CALL 763-5374 BEFORE 9 A.M. OR AFTER 9 P.M. 



the sea, The Cousteau Society will par- 
ticipate not only sponsoring the McLean 
concert but showing films of the society's 
work throughout the weekend at the Whal- 
ing Musueum. The Cousteau Society will 
also have a membership booth on Leonards 
Wharf throughout the weekend . 

Joining in weekend entertainment will be 
United Artists recording stars "Gringo" whose 
records have been featured on WNBH and 
have entertained throughout the southeast- 
ern Massachusetts and Cape Cod area. 

Don McLean will appear in concert Sun- 
day night at 9 under the stars and The 
Gringos will follow Monday night at 8. 

The entertainment is only part of the plan- 
ned activities for the four-day celebration. 
Not only will the Festival center on Leon- 
ards Wharf but walking tours of the city's 
historic district are slated and the un- 
veiling of the city's new "Come With Me 



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GIFTS - ANTIQUES 

Large and Small 
SOFT TOYS - ZOO ANIMALS • 
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WE SPECIALIZE IN HALF BARRELS OF BEER. 
MON. thru THURS. 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. , FRI. £ SAT. 9 A.M. to 11 P.M. 



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Bartender Mixes 
$1.05 



Now" multi-image slide and sound show. 

All in all, the weekend promises to be 
one we'll never forget, with local groups 
like Paradox, Charisma, Joe McCormick, 
Toby Lynch, The Harpoon Harmonizers and 
Vic Wetherspoon joining us. 

So, come with us now to Leonards Wharf 
July 1st through the 4th and rediscover 
New Bedford. 

Opening day ceremonies of "Rediscover 
New Bedford Days" will be hosted by Gover- 
nor Michael Dukakis, Mayor John Markey 
and WNBH-WMYS Vice President and General 
Manager and President of "Rediscover New 
Bedford Days, Ltd." Paul Levesque. 

Seeger -Odetta - More! 

ONSET BAY CELEBRATION 

An environmental and cultural awareness 
festiva ^featuring the 106-foot Hudson River 
sloop "Clearwater" and folk singers Pete 
Seeger and Odetta, along with Reverend 









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Kirkpatrick and the "Third World Coalition" 
will take place in Onset Bay Friday, Satur- 
day and Sunday, June 30, July 1 and July 2. 

The Onset Bay Clearwater celebration is 
being sponsored by the Onset Bay Chamber 
of Commerce, the Schooner Ernestina As- 
sociation, the Northeast Marine Environ- 
mental Institution and the Hudson River 
Clearwater Sloop Association. 

The sloop will arrive Friday evening. It 
will be open for public viewing that eve- 
ning, while directly across from the Onset 
Pier, a large variety of folk music will be 
offered . 

From 8:00 to 9:00 P.M. a film about the 
Cape Verde Islands and its people will be 
shown, followed by Cape Verdean music by 
the Henry Silva Dance Band at the nearby 
Hotel Onset. 

There will also be folk music offered out- 
side in the Onset bandshell. 

Saturday, the "Clearwater" will again be 
open for public inspection, and Clearwater 
Association members will be "offering a 
wide range of environmental information and 



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Mattapoisett 

Pretty as a picture, this 2 or 3 bedroom 
Cape offers glassed family room that 
opens to rose-covered Italian patio. 
Fireplaced large living room, sunny 
kitchen, 1 1/2 baths, zoned baseboard 
heat, garage. Low 50's. 



Marion 



Dock space (free) 
Tennis Courts 
Clubhouse on the water 
Bicycle heaven 

New 3 bedroom Colonial on one tall- 
treed secluded acre. Ready for instal- 
lation of solar panels. A way of life, 
an original first in this area 

$85,500. 



758-6454 appraisals 

Ocean Drive, Mattapoisett 



Since 1957 REALTOR 



the history of sloops like "Clearwater" as 
it applies to our present day environmental 
situation," Fregg said. 

During the entire weekend, many booths 
and exhibits will be arranged in the pier 
and park areas, including the Northeast 
Marine's 55-gallon tanks stocked with lo- 
cal marine life . 

At 10:00 A. Mo a Sandcastle Building con- 
test will begin to be judged at 5 P.M. 
Participation from groups of professionals, 
families, organizations and children is 
urged. Prizes will be awarded in each 
category . 

Mime Roger, the jester, will perform 
throughout the day and children can have 
their faces painted with safe, removable 
paint at no charge. At 5:30 P.M. Earth 
Day games will be held. 

The Schooner Ernestine Association will 
also have a substantial maritime display 
concerning the "Ernestina" , "the last 
American-built ship of its kind in operation 
in the world, " said Gregg. 



(GRASS CARPETING WE MEAN) 



AT FAIRHAVEN 
FLOOR COVERING 



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Come in today and see what we mean. 

9aixkaven FLOOR COVERING 

118 ALDEN ROAD, FAIRHAVEN. 997-9416 
In the Fairhaven Lumber Building. Carlton Fredette 



There'll also be sidewalk arts and crafts 
exhibits , a variety of ethnic and American 
food and more music galore. 

Sunday, the "Clearwater" will take three , 
three-hour cruises with up to 50 paying 
guests aboard for more intensive environ- 
mental education. Money raised from these 
cruises will help pay the expenses of hav- 



Step Back in Time . . 




An Emporium reminiscent of 1880. 

Kitchen gadgets, stoves, dollhouse furniture, 
penny candy, gifts and on and on the list goes. 

Even an iron-willed browser 
will be sorely tempted. 

THE TREMONT NAIL CO. 

5 Elm St. Wareham 
Open 10 to 5 daily 

195 to Wareham Exit - Route 25 - Proceed 
1 mile south on Route 28 



June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 37 



REGIONAL ELDERLY NUTRITION PROGRAM-Menu July 3-7 
Monday, split pea soup with crackers, chicken salad with lettuce 
& tomato, marinated corn relish, peach cobbler, rolls, milk; Tues- 
day, HOLIDAY; Wednesday, orange juice, turkey florentine, broc- 
coli with cheese sauce, com, pears, roll, milk; Thursday, chick- 
en noodle soup, beef hash, catsup, escalloped tomato, pears, 
grated cheese salad, tapioca pudding, bread, milk; Friday, baked 
fish with lemon, au gratin potato, green beans, mixed fruit, com 
bread, milk. 



LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 

MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE 
By virtue and in execution of a power of sale contained in a cer- 
tain Mortgage and Security Agreement given by HEUBERGER'S 
MEATS, INC. , a corporation organized under the laws of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and having its principal place 
of business on County Street, Mattapoisett, said Commonwealth, 
to NEW BEDFORD INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS AND SOUTHEASTERN 
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, corporations established by authority 
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and having their usual 
places of business in New Bedford, said County and Common- 
wealth, dated October 16th, 1975 and recorded with Plymouth 
County Registry of Deeds, Book 4108, Page 568 and notice of 
which is evidenced by a Financing Statement recorded in said 
Registrv in Book 4108, Page 576, with the Town Clerk of the Town 
of Mattapoisett, No. 2386, and with the Secretary of State for 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, No. 930974, of which 
Mortgage and Security Agreement the undersigned are the present 
holders, for breach of the conditions of said Mortgage and Se- 
curity Agreement and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will 
be sold at public auction on Thursday, July 13th, 1978 at 11:30 
o'clock A.M. , on PARCEL ONE hereinafter described, together 
with all the personal property, all and singular the premises 
described in said Mortgage and Security Agreement, to wit: 
Land situated in Mattapoisett, Plymouth County, said Common- 
wealth, bounded and described as follows: 
"PARCEL ONE: 

Beginning at the southwesterly comer of the premises herein mort- 
gaged at a point in the northeasterly line of County Street, also 
known as Route #6 State Highway, and at the southeasterly corner 
of land now or formerly of Dennis Mahoney & Sons, Inc.; thence 
North 10° 00'03" West in line of last-named land, one hundred 
nineteen and 58/100 (119.58) feet to land now or formerly of Al- 
bert A. Rebello; thence South 80° 02'26" East in line of last-named 
land, two hundred twenty-seven and 06/100 (227.06) feet to Lot 
#2 as shown on a plan of land hereinafter mentioned; thence South 
08*58' 10" East in line of last-named lot, one hundred eighty- 
six and 10/100 (186.10) feet to Lot #3 on said plan; thence South 
38° 38' 56" West in line of last-named lot, thirty-eight and 
21/100 (38.21) feet to the said line of County Street; and thence 
Northwesterly in the said line of County Street in the arc of a 
circle having a radius of twenty-six hundred thirty (2630) feet, a 
distance of two hundred forty-eight and 19/100 (248.19) feet to 
the point of beginning. 

CONTAINING 36,779 square feet, more or less. 
Being shown as Lot #1 on "Plan of Land in Mattapoisett, Mass., 
Surveyed for Alfred N. & Marita L. Sylvia" dated March, 1974, 
and filed as Plan #287 of 1974, Plymouth CountyRegistryof Deeds. 
For our title, see deed from Edward F. Sylvia, dated January 22, 
1974 and recorded In said Registry in Book 3961 , Page 434. 
PARCEL TWO : 

Beginning at the northwesterly corner of the premises herein mort- 
gaged and at the northeasterly comer of Lot #1 as shown on the 
above-mentioned plan; thence South 74" 56' 15" East in line of 
land now or formerly of Albert A. Rebello, one hundred fifty (150) 
feet to a point which is forty-three and 95/100 (43.95) feet 
westerly of a drill hole in a corner of a wall; thence South 38° 38' 
56" West In line of other land now or formerly of Dennis Mahoney 
& Sons, Inc., one hundred eighty-five and 46/100 (185.46) feet 
to Lot #3 on said plan; and thence North 08° 58' 10" West in line 
of said Lot #1, one hundred eighty-six and 10/100 (186.10) feet 
to the point of beginning. 

Containing 12,748 square feet, more or less. 

Being shown as Lot #2 on the above-mentioned plan. 

Being the same premises conveyed to us by deed of Dennis Ma- 



38 PRESTO PRESS June 28, 1978 



REGIONAL ELDERLY NUTRITION PROGRAM-Menu July 10-14 
Monday, baked pork chops, yams, mixed vegetables, spiced ap- 
plesauce, strawberry bavarian, roll, margarine, milk; Tuesday, 
apple juice, roast beef-gravy, oven brown potato, summer squash, 
peas, wheat bread, margarine, milk, fresh fruit peach; Wednes- 
day, vegetable soup with crackers, ham & chicken salad, hot 
potato salad, wheat roll, margarine, milk, banana; Thursday, 
Chinese beef, rice, fried noodles, Chinese vegetable, peaches, 
French roll, margarine, milk; Friday, baked cod fish/ lemon, 
parslied potato, herb green beans, yellow apricot cake, oatmeal 
bread, margarine, milk. 

honey & Sons, Inc. dated April 10, 1974 and recorded in said 
Registry in Book 3977, Page 737. 

PARCEL ONE: SUBTECT to an easement to the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts dated August 4, 1954 and recorded in said Regis- 
try in Book 23 68, Page 491 . 

PARCEL TWO in itself is not to be considered a building lot." 
TOGETHER WITH the following items of personal property, which 
are set forth in said Mortgage and Security Agreement, which 
items of personal property are being offered for sale together with 
the above-described real estate under the law relating to fore- 
closure of real estate mortgages for one lump price under the 
statutory power of sale set forth in said Mortgage and Security 
Agreement and as authorized under Chapter 106 of the General 
Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and under the pro- 
visions of said Mortgage and Security Agreement. 

"Also all tangible personal property (including personal property 
acquired hereafter) of the Meat business conducted on the pre- 
mises described (said premises being hereinafter called "the 
premises"), particularly the fixtures and equipment now on or 
affixed to or to be affixed to or hereafter brought on the premises, 
and including without limiting the generality of the foregoing, as 
shown by Schedule A attached hereto. 

SCHEDULE "A" 
1 Hill, 12 foot open meat display case - Serial #3233553 
1 Hill, 12 foot open meat display case - Serial #3233568 
1 Hill, 12 foot open meat display case - Serial #3233563 
1 Hill, 12 foot open meat display case - Serial #3233548 
1 Hill, 12 foot open meat display case - Serial #3233567 
1 Hill, 12 foot open meat display case - Serial #3233569 
1 McHay, 12 foot Dairy gondola. Serial #G 1075 
1 Universal Custom, 12 foot. Stainless Steel Delicatessen Case 
1 Warren, 12 foot service meat case - Serial #G D 205 1067 
1 Warren, 12 foot service meat case - Serial #G D 205 1068 
1 Warren, 12 foot service meat case - Serial #G D 205 1070 
1 Sherer, open meat case - Serial #320 041 25 
1 Tyler, Island freezer case - Serial #440560 
1 Dunham-Bush, 2 H P Compressor, Serial #74C9458WR 
1 Copelametic, 2 H P Compressor, Serial #S64F0386I 
1 Copelametic, 3 H P Compressor, Serial #G62D18605 
1 Copelametic, 2 H P Compressor, Serial #C 70F23631 
1 Copelametic, 3 H P Compressor, Serial #C 71C14382 
1 Copelametic, 1-1/2 H P Compressor, Serial #G 62B23985 
1 Bendix-Westinghouse, 1/2 H P Compressor, Serial # A M 

315 3968 

1 Copeland Compressor, Model 2100 C, Serial #63805803 
1 1965 International, Model 1700, refrigerated 16 foot 

Van I.D. #SB503918P 
1 1970 G M C refrigerated Van - I.D. #CM5032 128033 
1 York Ice Chipping Machine 
All other automobiles 

Any and all other equipment, now on the premises or to be herein- 
after acquired, whether specifically set forth or not, that shall 
be used in the conduct of a wholesale and retail meat business. 
TOGETHER WITH any and all other equipment whether above 
specifically described or not, including any additions and re- 
placements thereto." 
SUBJECT to all unpaid taxes. 

TERMS: 10% in cash or certified check; Balance in 10 days upon 
delivery of deed . 

NEW BEDFORD INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS AND SOUTHEASTERN 

BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, present holders of Mortgage and 

Security Agreement. 

DATED: June 8th, 1978 

PRESCOTT, BULLARD & McLEOD 

13 North Sixth Street 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 

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23 HAMMOND STREET (CORNER OF BARSTOW) Ben and Louise Rogers 

Hours 10 to 4 Monday through Saturday • • • Fridays 'til 9 P.M. 



ing the ship in Onset. 

In addition to the world-famous Pete 
Seeger, who helped establish the Clear- 
water Association, there will be blues by 
Barbara Carne and John "Fud" Benson, pi- 
ano and dulcimer duets by Lorraine and 
Rick Lee, folk music by Peter Marston and 
Ann Mayo Muir, gospel tunes by Lisa New- 
stadt, sea chants by Eliot Ribner, hymns 
by Helen Schneyer and music by Leno Mendes 

Tournament Bridge 

Winners in the regular weekly bridge tour- 
naments held last week at the Southworth 
Library, South Dartmouth, are announced. 

Monday evening, June 19, George Les- 
lie and Robert D'Anjou were first; Mrs. 
Harriet Philips and Mrs. Betty Horowitz, 
second; Mrs. Stanley Lipp and Mrs. Jer- 
ome J. Blumberg, third; Mr. and Mrs. 
Jack J. Goldberg, fourth; Mr. and Mrs „ 
Malcolm Morse, fifth. 

Wednesday morning in the North-South 
direction Mrs. Doris T. Liberty and Mrs. 
Jere Bedford were first; Dr. and Mrs. Charles 



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SERVING THE MATTAPOISETT AREA. 
COMMERCIAL G RESIDENTIAL ROOFING; NEW ROOFS, 
RE-ROOFING, SPECIALEING IN ROOF 
LEAKS. CHIMNEY PAINTING G REPAIR. 
CEDAR SHINGLES and 
GENERAL REPAIR WORK DONE. 
24 MONTH GUARANTEE ON ALL 
ROOF WORK. FREE ESTIMATES. 
REASONABLE RATES. References 
available upon request. 

275 Bakerville Rd. 
So. Dartmouth. 




request. 

997-4764 



M. Souza, second; Mrs. Roger E . Titus 
and Mrs. Frank L. Marshall, third; Mrs. 
Lillian Johnson and Mrs. Joan Goundie, 
fourth; Mrs . Pearl Wilbor and Mrs . Alda 
H. Hayward, fifth. 

In the East-West direction Mrs. Fred E„ 
Ahlborn and Mrs. Philip Lipman were first; 
Mrs. Evelyn Weidner and Mrs. Ruth Cun- 



Capertay £inen &■> !JBath Boutique 

Cranberry Plaza £. Warekam 295-1717 



( Next to Mammoth Mart) 




% Complete £ath 

Kitchen Showroom 



LXL G TRIANGLE PACIFIC 
KITCHENS 

Free Estimates 
Great Savings 



Kohler G Jayco Fixtures 
Nutone G Hallmack 
Distributor 

Wide selection of 

Vanities 
G Custom design 
Marble Tops 



Free soap to your children. 
Interesting Boutique 
Great Browsing! 



THIS MONTH'S NEWS!!!! 

REMODELING AND INSTALLATIONS 
FOR KITCHENS AND BATHROOMS 
NOW AVAILABLE 



June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 39 



MATTAPOl SETT MARION ROCHESTER 

IS MECHANIC ST., MATTAPOISETT, MASS. 02739^ I — ^* 

Donald C. Jason, Publisher-Editor 1 _ *i r\ a a 
Addressed Subscriptions: Mattapoisett-Marion / /T O m y(J 1 1 
Rochester $7.50 year. All others $10.00 year./ JO dm / 1 # ( 


MORE CLASSIFIEDS r$ge qZ 


HELP WANTED - MATTAPOISETT RESIDENTS. MATTAPOISETT 
HOUSING AUTHORITY SEEKS A PART TIME EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR. 
MUST HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF BASIC OFFICE SKILLS & DYNAMIC 
PERSONALITY. SEND RESUME TO P.O. BOX 358, MATTAPOI- 
SETT, MASS. 02739. 


AIRSTREAM FOR SALE - 1975-SOVREIGN- 31 FT. WITH WATSON 




DOLLY. MANY EXTRAS. TRAVELLED ONLY 5300 MILES. 


DEADLINES: NEWS, SATURDAY 12 NOON; DISPLAY AD- 
VERTISING FRIDAY 12 NOON; CLASSIFIEDS MON. 10A.M. 


CALL AFTER 6 P.M. 758-4571 . 


WANTED-FIRST CLASS AUTO MECHANIC (DOMESTIC & FOREIGN 
CARS). POSITIVE ATTITUDE . FULLTIME, PART TIME. SATURDAYS. 
LARGE NEW FACILITY. TOP WAGES . ALL BENEFITS . PLEASANT 
, WORKING CONDITIONS. GO & GROW WITH A NEW COMPANY. 
CAR WORLD, INC. CALL 996-3174. ALL REPLIES CONFIDENTIAL 


WILL BUY ANYTHING OLD OR ODDS AND ENDS. 
OLD GLASS, FURNITURE, PAINTINGS, ETC. 
CALL ANYTIME. 994-8090 or 996-0921. 


SEARL L. ROOT 
758-4410 

QUALITY PAINTING CONTRACTOR - VINYL SIDING. 


KNITTING NEEDS & SEWING SUPPLIES 
KAY'S KNIT'N SEW, 33 PARK STREET, MATTAPOISETT. 758-6637. 
CLOSED MONDAYS. 


FOR YOUR ALTERATIONS AND DRESSMAKING 
CALL ALICE THOMAS AT 
MAHONEY'S LANE. 758-2842. 


T?^~"\D CATC f~* A D T? f* 1 t~\T*\ T\ K t?r> (~* T TD \I T7 TD L' 1 ) T A O O 

r(JK oAl ,h - OAFb OOJJ MbKGUKY ilBERGLAob 
SLOOP WITH TRAILER. $950.00. 
CALL 758-4279. 


SIPPICAN ANSWERING SERVICE 
PROFESSIONAL, RESIDENTIAL AND BUSINESS. 
TELEPHONE 748-2997. 


LUol - liljbK L>A1 , MALt, ALibKbU, WilH WHI1L 
FACE, CHEST, AND 4 DOUBLE PAWS. 
HOLLY WOODS AREA. 758-3704. 


FOR THAT VERY SPECIAL GIFT. 
A LASTING REMEMBRANCE OF THIS AREA. 
SCRIMSHAW BY NANCI. CALL 295-481 3 . 


AGGIE MAJOR. LANDSCAPING, TREE WORK. YARDS, CELLARS, 
ATTICS CLEANED. ODD JOBS. HONEST WORK, HONEST PRICE. 
ROCHESTER, MASS . 295-8040. 


ELECTRIC APPLIANCE SERVICE - WASHERS, DRYERS, DISH WASH- 
ERS, REFRIGERATORS, ETC. ALL MAKES . WASHBURN ELECTRICAL 
COMPANY, MARION. TELEPHONE 748-0238. 


RIDE WANTED MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY FOR COMMUTING TO 
AND FROM BRAINTREE, MASS. WORKING HRS . 8 to 4:30. WILL- 
ING TO SHARE DRIVING & EXPENSES. CALL 758-6968 AFTER 5:30. 


BRYANT & MILLIE'S BIKE & GIFT SHOP, 167A SPRING STREET, 
MARION. 748-0527. SERVICE-BIKES & SMALL APPLIANCES . 
SALES, NEW & USED BIKES; HANDCRAFTED GIFTS. BA.MC. 


FOR RENT - OCEANFRONT SMALL TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE IN 
QUIET BEACH COMMUNITY. AVAILABLE AUGUST. $600. PER MO. 
758-6448. 


LYDIA'S HOUSECLEANING SERVICE. WEEKLY, MONTHLY, 
SEASONAL CLEANING . 
INSURED & BONDED. CALL 995-5833 OR 995-1813. 


FOR SALE - 1974 15 FT. MFG, BLUE. LIKE NEW. USED TWO SEA- 
SONS. INTERIOR CARPET. SIDE CURTAINS. WITH 28 HP JOHN- 
SON MOTOR WINTERIZED & TUNED UP . CALL 748-1570. 


BOARDING DOGS AND CATS 
INDIVIDUAL INDOOR-OUTDOOR RUNS. HEATED. 
ALL BREED DOG GROOMING AND FLEA AND TICK DIP. , 
LOOK'S ACRES KENNEL, ROCHESTER. TELEPHONE 7 63-5748 . 


TWO ROOM AIR CONDITIONED APARTMENT, LOCATED IN MAT- 
TAPOISETT VILLAGE, AVAILABLE BY THE WEEK IN JULY & AUGUST. 
IDEAL FOR IN-LAWS, EXTRA COMPANY OR BOATERS. PRIVATE 
KITCHEN AND BATH. LIMITED TO TWO ADULTS. $150. PER WEEK. 
758-4340 AFTER 3:30 P.M. 


COMPLETE DOG GROOMING SERVICE. \ 
FLEA AND TICK DIP. POODLE SPECIALTY 
CALL 758-283" 

BiL>YL>Lb oALhb AND obKVICb 
16" to 27" COASTER BRAKE TO 10-SPEED. 
DONALD GEORGE, MARY'S POND ROAD, ROCHESTER. 295-2351 . 


CHARTER - 31' VDCSUND MOTORSAILER. SLEEPS 8, FULLY 
EQUIPPED. BY THE DAY, WEEKEND OR WEEK. 
758-6286. 


NEED PAINTING OR WALLPAPERING DONE IN YOUR HOME? 
REASONABLE RATES AND FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN. 
CALL DOM SURPRENANT AT 758-2687. 


SMALL & LARGE ODD JOBS WANTED. 
CARPENTRY - MASONRY - WALLPAPERING & PAINTING. 
758-2060. 


SAILFISH FOR RENT. 
BY DAY OR WEEK. 
CALL 758-6243. 


SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED & SERVICED. 
ALL MAKES . ALL MODELS . 
748-1158 AFTER 3P.M. 


ARE YOU AFTER A BRIGHTER DAY? ? ? 
A LITTLE MOONLIGHT CAN PUT A LOT OF SUNSHINE IN YOUR 

T TTT* CAD AT PVTD A TXT f~* 4r TKT A DUDT 'PTHyTTT 1 n tic r»Tp /-i i~i /~\t^ i»/-\ t .x-i 

blrb. bAKN bXlKA INOUMt IN A rAKI IIMb BUSINESS OF YOUR 
OWN. CALL 758-6585 FOR AN INTERVIEW. 


SPECIALIZED WINDOW TREATMENTS. DRAPES, CURTAINS, 
AUSTRIAN CURTAINS, ROMAN SHADES, SWAGS, VALANCES & 
CORNICES. OR YOUR OWN IDEAS. CALL 758-2897. 


THE CORNER SHOP, BRANDT ISLAND RD. & RTE. 6 
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES. 
11 A.M. - 5 P.M. CLOSED TUESDAYS. 
TELEPHONE 758-4324. 


1812 HOUSE ANTIQUES, BOLLES CORNER, MATTAPOISETT. 
11 AM - 4:30 PM & BY APPOINTMENT. CLOSED SUNDAYS AND 
MONDAYS. WEALSOBUY. CALL 758-6267 . 


KITCHEN KNIVES, SCISSORS, 
CUTTING TOOLS SHARPENED. 
DICK KEYES, 758-2336. 


CARPENTRY - ROOF, SIDING. ALL TYPES OF 
REPAIRS, ADDITIONS, CABINETS. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 
CALL RUSS BONNEAU, 748-1554. 


DOLL LAND CERAMICS & GIFT SHOP 
READY & CUSTOM MADE GIFTS 
RESERVATION ROAD, MATTAPOISETT. 758-6420 


REFINISHING AND RESTORATION 

OF FTNF FirRMTTTTRF 

GEORGE BOYCE 758-6560 


GEORGE CATHCART 
FULL TIME BUSINESS CONSULTANT, ACCOUNTING & 
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE, NOTARY PUBLIC. 
8 HAWTHORNE STREET, MATTAPOISETT. TEL. 758-2656. 


CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS & CUSHIONS TO BRING NEW & EXCITING 
COLORS INTO YOUR HOME FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS. PLEASE 
CALL IN ADVANCE. WE PICK UP & DELIVER. 758-4512. 


CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 10 A.M. MONDAY 



40 PRESTO PRESS June 28, 1978 




A NEW COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE 
PARTS and SERVICE 



WORLD 




FACILITY! 



379 ALDEN ROAD, 
FAIRHAVEN 

Located near the Acushnet Line 



996-3174 




CAR WORLD PRO VIDES For You : 

1 . The latest in Computer Diagnostic and Test Equipment. 

2. Computer Printout. 

3. Transportation provided forour Service Customers. 

4. Complete Service and Parts facility 

5. All service work guaranteed for 1 20 days (unlimited mileage). 

6. Only the repairs you authorize will be performed. 

7. Full written statement and explanation of repairs performed. 

8. 24 Hour Towing Service — Call 996-3174 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. 
Evenings and Weekends Call 995-5803 

9. Charge your purchases on VISA (BankAmericard) or Master 
Charge. No service charge for at least 25 days. 

10. Service hours — 8 A.M. -5 P.M. Mon.-Fri., 8 A.M. -4 P.M. Sat. 

If you have any questions regarding the services we offer you, 
please don't hesitate to ask any of our personnel. We are sure 
you'll find them pleasant and willing to assist you in any way 
possible. 



ningham, second; Mrs. Alice Lipsett and 
Mrs. Helen Presnol, third; Mr. and Mrs. 
Carl Eo Danhauser, fourth; Mrs. Helen 
Davis and Mrs. Maza L. Robert, fifth. 

Thursday afternoon in the North-South di- 
rection Mrs . Ahlborn and Mrs „ John F „ 
Linehan were first; Mrs. Liberty and Mrs. 
Virginia Banks, second; Mrs. Irwin A. 
Jaslow and Mrs. Peter W. Sweetser, third; 
Mrs. Presnol and Mrs. Abram J. Freedman, 
fourth. 

In the East-West direction Mrs. Johnson 
and Mrs. Ernest W. Pierce were first; Mrs. 
Morse and Mrs. Margaret Anderson, second; 
Mrs. Bertram E. Howard and Mrs „ Felix B. 
Waxier, third; Mrs. Mae Vermette and Mrs. 
Claire McCurdy, fourth. 

PAPER WEEKEND 

July 1st and 2nd are the days the waste paper 
van will be located ori the TOWN PARKING 
LOT OFF DEPOT STREET, MATTAPOISETT. 
Please bring your newspapers, etc. careful- 
ly bundled for collection. This community 
service is provided by your Mattapoisett 
Republican Town Committee. 



for the Summei 



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V 




Haw thorn -Mattapoisett 

Silk or Dried Arrangements 

10 to 5, Monday through Saturday. 5 Marion Rd. 758-9033 

A division of Hawthorn Florist & Greenhouses Inc., 
N. Dartmouth, where orders for Fresh Flowers, Arrange- 
ments, Plants, etc., maybe placed for delivery. 999-5122 



June 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 41 



OPEN EVERY FRI. , SAT. & SUN. WITH GOOD QUALITY USED MER- 
CHANDISE, FURNITURE & CLOTHING. GATEWAY TO CAPE COD. 
RTE. 6, MARION, AT MATT. LINE. FRANK DECOSTA. 748-0587. 


MORE CLASSIFIEDS 40 


WALLPAPERING & PAINTING. INTERIOR & EXTERIOR. 
REASONABLE PRICES. 
ASK FOR DAVE, 995-8047. 


MASONRY - FIREPLACES, PATIOS, CEMENT, STONE, 
AND REPAIR WORK. QUALITY WORK. 

FREE ESTIMATES. 995-3124 OR 295-7039 


FOR SALE - CRESCENT CLASS SLOOP, 15 1/2 FT. 
CENTERBOARD, DAY SAILER, MARINE PLYWOOD. TRAILER 
INCLUDED. $525.00. 758-6560. 


POST CYCLERY 
RALEIGH AND RAM PAR BICYCLES 
SERVICE ON ALL MAKES. 
10-SPEED BICYCLES FROM $119.00 UP. 
ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN. 992-4200. 


FOR SALE - WHITE SEWING MACHINE. 
$90. OR BEST OFFER. 
CALL 758-6242 MORNINGS. 


YARD MAINTENANCE 
'LAWNS CUT, BEDS AND DRIVEWAYS EDGED. 
HEDGES TRIMMED, DRIVEWAYS REPAIRED, RR TIE WORK. 

DUMP TRIPS, FIREWOOD, TREE WORK. 
758-2567 CALL US FOR YOUR SPRING CLEANING NEEDS 758-2572 


SEAFOOD HERE OR TO GO FRIDAYS . LITTLE DONUT SHOP. 
28 FAIRHAVEN ROAD, MATTAPOISETT. 
(OPEN FRIDAY 6 A.M. to 8 P.M.). CALL 758-6242. 


PURCHASING ANTIQUES INCLUDING FURNITURE, GLASS, CHINA, 
JEWELRY & ORIENTAL RUGS OF ANY SIZE OR CONDITION . CAPTAIN 
HADLEY HOUSE ANTIQUES IN MARION. DAILY 9 to 5. 748-0482. 


, MARION - Near beach, well cared for 2 bdrm. home on wooded 1/3 
acre. Deck off lg. kitchen, 19' living rm., workshop. $28,000. 
UNIQUE MARION WATERFRONT.. Fish or Swim from own dock. 
1 1/2 acres of privacy. 3 bdrms. , 2 kitchens, 2 baths. 
Separate guest cottage. $67,900. 

MARION NEAR VILLAGE, Beaches. Spacious 3 or 4 bdrm. home. 
A buy at $34,900. 

WATERVE5W, 3 or 4 bdrm., 2 bath, 6-yr. old home. Quiet street. 
Wareham. $37,000. RACE REAL ESTATE , 748-0479 . 


LANDSCAPING & TREE WORK 
PLANTINGS , LANDSCAPE, MAINTENANCE 
SHRUBS & TREES PRUNED. 
KEVIN JOHNSON, 763-4051 - TOM WYNNE, 763-2126. 


VACUUM CLEANERS REPAIRED. DON'T THROW 
IT AWAY UNTIL WE HAVE A CHANCE TO LOOK AT IT. 
WHY BUY NEW IF WE CAN FLX IT. 758-2941. 


GIGANTIC YARD SALE - TWO FAMILIES. MOVING TO FLORIDA. 
•SAT. ,. SUN. , MON. & TUES . , JULY 1, 2, 3 & 4. 10 to 3. 
REAR OF 26 CENTER DRIVE, HARBOR BEACH, MATTAPOISETT, 
OPPOSITE HARBOR BEACH CLUB. FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, 
CLOTHES, SHUFFLEBOARD, GRILL, TOOLS, EVERYTHING. 


LAWN MOWING 

758-2567 FRANK WEBB 758-2572 


FOR SALE - ONE 14 FOOT RUNABOUT. GOOD CONDITION 
BUT NEEDS PAINT. IF INTERESTED, CALL 
758-2246. 


FIRST TIME YARD SALE - SOME ANTIQUES, AVON BOTTLES, ORI- 
GINAL WATERCOLORS, PLUS MANY OTHER ITEMS. 213 NORTH 
ST., MATTAPOISETT, MASS. SAT. & SUN., JULY 1 & 2. 10 - 4 
PLEASE, NO EARLY BIRDS! 


HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE: DEHUMIDIFIER , HUMIDIFIER, 
SUMP PUMP (SUBMERSIBLE), SET OF BUNK BEDS, DOUBLE BED 
COMPLETE , LAMPS, COFFEE TABLE, END TABLES, OUTDOOR 
FURNITURE, ETC. CALL 758-4686. 


MATTAPOISETT - PRIVATE 300" OCEANFRONT. 6 BEAUTIFUL 
ACRES. NEW ARCHITECT-DESIGNED CONTEMPORARY PLUS 
2-CAR GARAGE. $100,000. EXCLUSIVE. 

MARJORIE DOWNING, 758-6454. 


CHILD CARE - 8TH GRADE GIRL EXPERIENCED AND LOVES 
YOUNG CHILDREN, WILL BABY SIT DURING THE DAY. 
REFERENCES AVAILABLE. 758-6036. 


FOR SALE - 1969 VW BUG. EXCELLENT CONDITION. $900. 
TWO 26" BICYCLES, LIKE NEW, ,$50. AND $30. 

T T ID NT TT TTDT T /~W O AT T 7 r CQ_1Q1Q 


YARD SALE - JULY 1 st . 1 to 5 
CORNER OF PARK STREET 
ANDACUSHNET ROAD, MATTAPOISETT. 


PEDIGREED MALE YORKSHIRE TERRIER 
8 WEEKS OLD . $200.00. 
yy i.- boo b . 


FOR SALE - 9 FT. INFLATABLE DINGHY/RUNABOUT WITH SPRAY 
HOOD, FLOOR BOARDS, OAR LOCKS AND WOOD TRANSOM FOR 
O.B. MOTOR. LIKE NEW. $175. CALL 758-2291 . 


BEETLECAT FOR SALE . GOOD CONDITION . 
1-329-0265. 


PAINTING - REASONABLE 
INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR 
CALL 758-2568 or 758-6763 AFTER 5 P. M . 


FOR SALE - 13 FOOT FIBERGLASS CENTERBOARD SAILBOAT 
WITH MAIN & JIB. IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. 
$850.00. TELEPHONE 758-6042. 


LASER SAILBOAT FOR SALE. 
GOOD RACING RECORD . 
758-6043. 


FOR RENT - SUMMER COTTAGE. 2 BEDROOMS. AVAILABLE 
FIRST 2 WEEKS OF JULY AND MONTH OF AUGUST. $150. PER 
WEEK OR $500. MONTH. 758-2318. 


JIM AND NANCY BARRETT'S DANCE STUDIO, 8 PARK STREET, 
MATTAPOISETT. 758-2558. DISCO, BALLROOM, HUSTLE, LINE 
DANCING. SMALL CLASS SIZE. ALSO AVAILABLE TO TEACH AT CLUB 
FUNCTIONS. MEMBERS DANCE TEACHERS' CLUB OF BOSTON. 


I AM LOOKING FOR A NEAT OLDER HOME IN ROCHESTER WITH A 
GOOD SIZE LOT. ALSO WANT NICE COTTAGE AT CRESCENT 
BEACH. CALL 758-4284. 


WILL CUT, RAKE AND BALE HAY OR WILL BUY HAY 
STANDING IN FIELD. ALSO SELLING HAY. 
758-9379. 


LOST - MALE TIGER CAT, BROWN STRIPES. IN 
WALNUT PLAIN ROAD, ROCHESTER, AREA. HAS BROWN 
FLEA COLLAR ON. CALL 763-2759. R. CANTO. 


SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS - LAWN MOWERS, TRACTORS, ETC. 
EVFNRUDE & JOHNSON OUTBOARD ENGINE REPAIRS. MARINE 
MECHANIC DIVING SERVICES. DAYS, 758-2553; NIGHTS, 758-2600 


FOR SALE - TWO BOLENS 22" SELF PROPELLED MULCHING 
MOWERS, ONE WITH ELECTRIC START. $85. AND $150. IDEAL 
FOR PRIVATE OR COMMERCIAL USE. 758-2318. 


YARD SALE - KITCHEN CABINETS, $15. EA.; SHUTTERS, 
LAWN MOWERS (2nd HAND), MISC. SAT. & SUN, JULY 1 & 2. 
10 to 4. TAVARES, BRANDT ISLAND RD . , MATTAPOISETT. 


FOR SALE - BOSTON WHALER, 16'7. EXCELLENT CONDITION. 
65 H.P. JOHNSON, BIMINI ENCLOSURE. STAINLESS STEEL RAIL- 
ING RPM TACHOMETER . $3,650.00. 758-4571 . 


TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS 
NOTICE 

REGULAR TUESDAY, JULY 4th RUBBISH PICK-UP WILL BE DONE 
ON MONDAY, JULY 3rd. 

BOARD OF HEALTH 

June 28, 1978 Presto Press 


NEIGHBORHOOD YARD SALE - BEDS & OTHER FURNITURE, BRIC- 
A-BRAC, ANTIQUES, GARDEN TOOLS & NUMEROUS THINGS. 
SAT., JULY 1st; & SAT. & SUN., JULY 8th & 9th. AT 9:30 A.M. 
TO 5 P.M. CORNER RTE. 6 & MAIN STREET, MATTAPOISETT. 


YARD SALE - NUMEROUS ARTICLES . 

■ ANGELICA ROAD, CRESCENT BEACH, MATT. 



42 PRESTO PRESS June 28, 1978 



ART LEC LAIR'S 



GULF HILL DRIVE IN 



Rte. 6 / Mattapoisett 
758-4356 

Extensive Sea Food Menu daily- 
All Sandwiches prepared to 

your special order 
Our famous Skinless Franks 

and Super Lean Burgers 




THE PLACE 
TO MEET 
YOUR FRIENDS 



OPEN DAILY 11:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M. 



Excellent Salads, fabulous 

Onion Rings and French Fries 
28 Flavors grand 

Gulf Hill Ice Cream 
Lunchtime, Suppertime, 

Snack Time Treats 



GULF HILL IS QUALITY! THE BEST! 



DEADLINES 

THERE WILL BE NO PRESTO NEXT WEEK ON JULY 5TH 
THE PRESTO PRESS WILL BE ON VACATION. . .DEADLINES 
FOR THE NEXT ISSUE, JULY 12, ARE: 

DISPLAY ADVERTISING. . .FRI..,, JULY 7, 12 NOON 

NEWS . . . SATURDAY, JULY 8,12 NOON 

CLASSIFIED ADS MONDAY, JULY 10, 10 A.M. 

THE PRESTO OFFICE WILL REOPEN THURSDAY, JULY 6th 
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2:58 


3:32 


8:54 


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4:53 


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10:55 




July 










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FOR MATTAPOISETT 

999-2221 




FISH 



THE NEXT MATTAPOISETT 

Waste Paper Collection 

10 AM SAT. to 4 PM SUN. , VAN AT 
TOWN PARKING LOT ON 
DEPOT STREET 
Courtesy of REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE 



WILL BE 

JULY 
1 & 2 



INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR 

Williamsburg 

Paints 




EBB (Vf,£»M{ 




If you want the authentic warm, rich 
colors of Colonial America on your 
home, Williamsburg is your best 
choice. It's the highest quality paint 
Martin-Senour makes. And the colors 
are researched to match the original 
colors of Colonial Williamsburg. 

• Available in flat or satin gloss finish 

• Excellent color retention 

• Blister, peel and chalk resistant 

• Free of lead hazards 

• Easy to apply — fast drying 

• Mildew resistant 

• Soap and water clean-up 



MARTIN 



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VISIT OUR 

Decorating Center 

FOR CORRELATED FABRICS AND WALLPAPERS 

ACUSHNET 
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38 Mill Road 

SAW MILL 99S-1711 
DECORATING CENTER 995-1714 
ESTABLISHED 1865 Weekdays 7:30 to 5. Saturdays 7:30 to 3:00 




lune 28, 1978 PRESTO PRESS 43 



'P'Ueed to Save ! 



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into an 
extra bedroom 
in seconds. 




EXTRA 

BONUS 

9x12 
RUG 

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9 - PIECE LIVING ROOM 

Complete living room outfit . . for the budget-minded 
homemaker. Hardwood frames and heavy Herculon fabrics | 
with reversible seat cushions on the love seat and chair 
give you quality and style at an unbelievable low price ! ! 

•Sofa -Bed •Loveseat •Chair 
• & 3 Co-ordinating Tables 
2 Lamps and Extra Bonus 





( FURNITURE CITY ) 



NEW BEDFORD 

127 Wotr Rodney Fr.nch Blvd. 
South End (acrofi from Fornandos Plaza) 
999-4414 



VISIT TH8 LOCATION 
NEAREST YOUI 
Op«n 9-9 Monday thru Friday 
Saturday till 6 P.M. 



FALL RIVER 
40 County St. 
at Stafford Sq. 
Tal. 675-2334 



44 PRESTO PRESS June 28, 1978